Women's Golf In Fourth At Mason Rudolph Championship

Sept. 15, 2006

Franklin, Tenn. - The Stanford Women's Golf Team sits in fourth place at the Mason Rudolph Championship after posting a first-round total of 291. Georgia currently leads the pack with a first-round score of 280 at the Vanderbilt Legends Club, followed by Duke in second with a score of 283 and UCLA in third with 287.

Stanford sophomore Mari Chun paces the Cardinal with a two-under score of 70 to tie her for fourth after one round, closely trailing leader Mallory Hetzel of Georgia with a first-round score of 69. Senior Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana follows in a tie for 14th, just three strokes off the lead with a score of 72. Fellow senior Jenna Seki sits in a tie for 20th with a one-over score of 73, followed by senior Saana Rapakko in 29th with a score of 74. Senior Lauren Todd is tied for 38th with a 75, while sophomore Ki-Shui Liao posted a 77 to tie for 55th.

Round two is slated to kick off tomorrow at 8:00 am, with Liao teeing off first for the Cardinal at 8:45 am. Live scoring of the tournament is available at golfstat.com.

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