Women's Golf Tied for Third After First Round at Pac-10s
April 18, 2005
PLEASANTON, Calif. - The fifth-ranked Arizona State University women's golf team is tied for third place after the first round of the 2005 Pac-10 Conference Championships, being held Monday-Wednesday at the par 72, 6,304-yard Ruby Hill Golf Club.
The Sun Devils carded a 10-over 298 on Monday and are tied for third with Washington, eight strokes behind tournament leader UCLA (290). USC is in second after shooting a three-over 291 in the first round followed by ASU and Washington and Washington State (299).
Freshman Louise Stahle, the top-ranked player in the country, leads the Sun Devils and stands in second place after the first round. Stahle carded a three-under 69 on Monday and trails tournament leader Susie Mathews of UCLA by just one stroke (68).
Sophomore Tiffany Tavee is tied for seventh after shooting a one-over 73 on Monday, while junior Alissa Kuczka and senior Erin Tone are both tied for 32nd at six-over 78. Sophomore Charmaine Erasmus is tied for 40th after shooting an eight-over 80 on Monday.
The Pac-10 Championships continue on Tuesday and Wednesday with tee times beginning at 8 a.m. each day. ASU will start off the first tee at 8 a.m. and will play with Arizona and Washington State in Tuesday's second round.
2005 Pac-10 Conference Championships - April 18-20, 2005
Round One Results - Ruby Hill Golf Club - Pleasanton, Calif.
Pos. Team Rd 1 To Par1 UCLA 290 +22 USC 291 +3T3 Arizona State 298 +10T3 Washington 298 +105 Washington State 299 +116 Arizona 300 +127 Stanford 304 +168 California 305 +179 Oregon 308 +2010 Oregon State 327 +39
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