Stanford Women Take Third At Peg Barnard Collegiate
April 9, 2006
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford women's golf team shot their best round of the tournament on Sunday, firing a 290, while Cardinal Jenna Seki turned in a two-day total of 146 to tie for fifth individually. Stanford's two-round score of 592 (302-290) moved them into third place for the tournament. USC took top team honors posting a 588 for the weekend. California was second (590).
Stanford was followed by Ohio State (601), Washington State (606), San Jose State (608), UC Irvine (612), Denver (614), Oregon State (615) and Long Beach State (616).
USC's Irene Cho fired the low round of thre tournament today - a 67 - to take individual honors, carding a five-under 137 for the weekend. USF's Jessica Potter was second with a 143, followed by Cal's Sofie Andersson (144).
The Cardinal had six golfers finish in the top 25 for the tourney. Led by Jenna Seki, who was competing as an individual, and her tie for fifth. Freshman Mari Chun tied for seventh overall (76-71) with a 147, shooting par on Sunday. Junior Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana tied for 10th with a 148, carding rounds of 75-73. Senior Kelly Husted turned in a 149 (75-74) to tie for 13th individually while teammate Lauren Todd tied for 22nd (76-75) with a 151.
Stanford's Ki-Shui Liao tied for 26th (80-72--152) and Saana Rapakko, competing as an individual, tied for 35th (80-74--154). Also competing as an individual was Cardinal Stephanie Lue, who tied for 59th (80-80--160).
The Cardinal now prepare for the Pac-10 Championships, April 24-26, hosted by the University of Arizona in Tucson, Ariz.