Cardinal Women Tied For 17th At NCAA Championships
May 18, 2005
Sunriver, Ore. - The Stanford women's golf team is tied for 17th after the second round of the 2005 NCAA Division I Championships on Wednesday at the Sunriver Resort's Meadows Course. The Cardinal have a two-round total of 611 (300-311) heading into tomorrow's round.
Auburn and Pepperdine are tied for the lead with a two-round total of 586 (+18). UCLA (+22, 288-302=590) stands four shots back in third place. California (+26, 295-299=594) moved up from seventh place to fourth place, eight shots back. Duke (+27, 292-303=595) is in fifth place, nine shots behind.
Play continues at 9 a.m. Thursday on the par-71, 6,312-yard course, with the fourth and final round slated for Friday.
Round two began under heavy rainfall, which lasted for about two hours. While the rain stopped around 11 a.m., the wind picked up for the remainder of the day, with gusts of greater than 30 miles per hour. The wind chill led to very cold and difficult playing conditions. It began raining again at the very end of the day.
Kelly Husted shot a 73 today to move into a tie for 31st (77-73--150) to lead the Cardinal. Senior Wendra Liang had a tough day and is tied for 64th with a 153 (71-82). Teammates Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana (79-75--154) and Lauren Todd (73-81--154) are tied for 70th for Stanford. Stephanie Lue stands in 126th place (80-86--166).
Four players are tied for the individual lead at two-over-par 144: Auburn senior Diana Ramage (73-71), UCLA senior Charlotte Mayorkas (71-73), Pepperdine sophomore Eileen Vargas (74-70) and Southern California freshman Dewi-Claire Schreefel (70-74).
Complete results are available at www.golfstat.com