Cardinal Women Host Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate
Oct. 19, 2005
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford women's golf team hits the links this weekend to host the Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate, October 21-23, at the Stanford Golf Course (6,168, par 72). The 19-team field will play 18 holes each day for a total of 54 holes. Tee times begin at 7:30 a.m. each morning. Admission is free to the general public.
The field includes host-Stanford, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State, Arizona State, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Duke, Tulsa, UNLV, Pepperdine, California, USC, Arizona, Texas A&M, San Jose State, Texas Tech and High Point University.
Last year, Arizona State won the event by five strokes with an 852 over Pepperdine (857). Washington took third (861), followed by UCLA (862) and Stanford (869).
Washington State's Anastasia Kostina took top individual honors firing a five-under par 205 for the tournament. ASU's Louise Stahle, Arizona's Cassandra Kirkland and Pepperdine's Rachel Kyono tied for second, two strokes off the pace, with a three-under par 207. Washington's Paige Mackenzie placed fifth with an even par 210.
Stanford's Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana (74-72-73), along with teammates Lauren Todd (78-70-71) and Kelly Husted (72-68-79), shot a 219 for the tournament to tie for 20th last season. Wendra Liang tied for 27th individually with a 220 (71-75-74) while Jenna Seki tied for 61st (79-79-71) after shooting a career-low round of one-over par 71.
Complete results will be available at www.gostanford.com at the completion of each round of play.
The Cardinal will travel to the Kent Youel Invitational, Oct. 31- Nov. 2 in Kapolei, Hawaii for their next tournament.
Stanford opened the 2005-06 season with a sixth place finish at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational earlier this month. Paced by by Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana's seventh place finish, the Cardinal shot a three-day total of 923 (300-317-306). Teammates Lauren Todd (74-85-75) and Mari Chun (77-76-81) tied for 33rd with a 234. Cardinal Kelly Husted checked in tied for 40th after shooting a 75 in the final round of play (77-83-75--235). Freshman Ki-Shui Liao tied for 54th (80-82-80--242) while Saana Rapakko, competing as an individual, tied for 47th (78-84-77--239).