Women's Golf Finishes in Fifth Place at the Stanford/Pepsi Intercollegiate

Oct. 23, 2005

Arizona State University Women's Golf Team finished in fifth place after the final round of the Stanford/Pepsi Intercollegiate held at the par-71, 6,025 yard Stanford Golf Course.

Led by freshman Azahara Munoz and senior Alissa Kuczka, Arizona State shot a 30-over 882 to move up three spots to finish in fifth place on Sunday.

Duke finished in first place after shooting a course record 18-under 834. Duke's Elizabeth Janangelo also finished in first place shooting an 11-under 202.

Sun Devil freshman Azahara Munoz and senior Alissa Kuczka led the Sun Devils and tied for 21st after shooting a five-over 218 (76-73-69), (73-72-73) respectively, for the tournament. Munoz shot a Sun Devil career low 69 on Sunday to help ASU move in to 5th place.

Individually, junior Tiffany Tavee tied for 38th after shooting a ten-over 223 (73-76-74). Freshman Jennifer Osborn shot a 17-over 229 (82-77-70) to tie for 61st overall. Junior Lindsay Anderson tied for 81st after carding a 23-over 236 (79-74-83).

Charmaine Erasmus, who played as an individual, finished tied for 38th after shooting a ten-over 223 (74-78-71).

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