Cardinal Women In Fifth At Peg Bernard Collegiate
April 8, 2006
Stanford, Calif. - Under sunny skies, the Stanford women's golf team carded a 302 in the opening round of the Peg Bernard Collegiate at the Stanford Golf Course this afternoon after a shotgun start this morning. Cardinal Jenna Seki's 74 put her in a tie for eighth individually to lead the team.
Stanford's score of 302 puts them in fifth place overall while fellow Pac-10 school USC leads the field by one stroke after firing a 298 today. San Jose State, Ohio State and California sit tied for second behind the Trojans at 299.
Rounding out the top 10 are Washington State (303), Oregon State (307), UC Irvine (309), Long Beach State (310) and Hawaii (313).
Washington State's Anastasia Kostina sits atop the individual leaderboard with a two-under par 69 in the opening round. USC's Irene Cho is just a stroke off the pace at one-under par 70. Ohio State's Dana Je is third with an even par 71. Jessica Potter from USF is fourth with a one-over 72 while three players are tied for fifth at two-over 73.
Stanford's Jenna Seki, competing as an individual, shot a three over 74 this afternoon and is tied for eighth overall. Junior Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana is tied for 13th with a 75 along with teammate Kelly Husted. Cardinal Lauren Todd is a stroke behind them, tied for 19th, with a 76, as is freshman Mari Chun. Fellow frosh Ki-Shui Liao is tied for 54th (80). Stephanie Lue and Saana Rapakko, both competing as individuals for Stanford, are also tied for 54th with an 80.
The final round will take place tomorrow with a shotgun start beginning at 8 a.m. at the Stanford Golf Course.