Women's Golf In Seventh At Pac-10 Championships
April 18, 2005
Pleasanton, Calif. - The Stanford women's golf team shot a 304 (+16) in the opening round of competition at the 2005 Pac-10 Championships this afternoon at the Ruby Hill Golf Club in Pleasanton, Calif. Their round of 304 puts them in seventh place heading into tomorrow's action. UCLA leads the field by one stroke after firing a 290 (+2). USC is second (291), followed by Arizona State (296), Washington (298) and Washington State (299).
Rounding out the top 10 are Arizona (300), Stanford (304), California (305), Oregon (308) and Oregon State (327).
Junior Kelly Husted, along with senior Wendra Liang, lead the Cardinal charge after carding a three-over par 75 today to tie for 14th individually. Teammates Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana and Lauren Todd both shot a 77 (+5) and are tied for 29th overall. Junior Stephanie Lue carded an 87 and is 49th.
Arizona State's Louise Stahle leads the field individually, firing a five-under par 67 today. UCLA's Susie Matthews is a stroke behind her (68) in second. Rounding out the top players are USC's Tanya Dergal (70), WSU's Kim Welch (70) and USC's Dewi Schreefel (71).
Second round action continues tomorrow at the par 72, 6,304 yard course.
Complete results can be found at www.golfstat.com
Team Results (Round One)
1. UCLA (290)
2. USC (291)
3. Arizona State (296)
4. Washington (298)
5. Washington State (299)
6. Arizona (300)
7. Stanford (304)
8. California (305)
9. Oregon (308)
10. Oregon State (327)