Cardinal Women Place Ninth At Pac-10 Championships
April 20, 2005
Pleasanton, Calif. - The Stanford women's golf team placed ninth with a 54-hole score of 932 at the Pac-10 Championships that wrapped up Wednesday afternoon at Ruby Hill Golf Club. The Cardinal shot a 313 in today's final round in Pleasanton, Calif. UCLA grabbed its second straight Pac-10 title with a score of 10-over 874, four strokes better than Arizona State (878). The Bruins posted a 295 in the final round, while the Sun Devils climbed from a tie for third to second with the low score of the day at 289. USC took third at 880, and Arizona was fourth at 886.
Rounding out the results were Washington in sixth at 897, Washington State in seventh at 898, Oregon in eighth at 922, Stanford in ninth at 932 and Oregon State in 10th at 946.
Senior Wendra Liang tied for 28th individually to lead the Cardinal, posting a three-day total of 231 (75-77-79). Teammate Lauren Todd tied for 34th with a 233 (77-79-77), followed by Kelly Husted (75-81-79), who placed 41st. Cardinal Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana tied for 42nd just one stroke back at 236 (77-81-78). Stephanie Lue rounds out the Stanford golfers, with a 49th place finish (87-78-83--248).
ASU freshman Louise Stahle rallied from four shots back after 36 holes to win the Pac-10 individual title by two shots over UCLA,s Susie Matthews. Stahle started the day in fourth at 140, and Washington State,s Kim Welch was first at eight-under 136 following yesterday,s blistering round of 66. Powered by five birdies and no bogeys, Stahle posted a 67 today and finished the tournament at nine-under 207.