Stanford Finishes 19th At NCAA Championships
May 20, 2005
Sunriver, Ore. - The Stanford women's golf team placed 19th at the 2005 NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships by five strokes on Friday at the Sunriver Resort's Meadows Course. The Cardinal shot a four-round total of 1212 (300-311-298-303). Duke won the title (+34, 292-303-278-297=1,170).
UCLA (+39, 288-302-292-293=1,175) came in second place, followed by Auburn (+40, 290-296-295-295=1,176).
Rounding out the top 10 in the team race, Pepperdine (+43, 291-295-299-294=1,179) took fourth, followed by California (+44, 295-299-296-290=1,180) in fifth. Tennessee (+51, 300-303-299-285=1,187) and Ohio State (+51, 301-296-300-290=1,187) tied for sixth. Arizona State (+54, 303-301-297-289=1,190) and Oklahoma State (+54, 298-306-299-287=1,190) tied for eighth. Florida (+59, 301-304-297-293=1,195) was 10th.
During the morning of round four, conditions on the par-71, 6,312-yard course were overcast and windy, but with only a few spots of light rain. The afternoon rounds, which featured the leaders, were played under darker skies and more rain.
Cardinal Lauren Todd led the team with a tie for 45th individually after shooting a 300 (73-81-71-75) while teammate Kelly Husted tied for 53rd with a 301 (77-73-75-76). Senior Wendra Liang (71-82-77-76--306) along with Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana (79-75-76-76--306) tied for 78th. Stephanie Lue tied for 121st (80-86-76-79--321).
Complete results can be found at www.golfstat.com.
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