Bruins Third after First Round at Women's Pac-10 Championships
April 23, 2007
Ninth-ranked UCLA was in third place after the first day of competition in the 21st Pac-10 Women's Golf Championships, hosted by the University of Washington at The Broadmoor Golf Club.
The Bruins posted a team score of 305 (+17) and trailed first-place Arizona State (297, +9) by eight shots. USC was second at 303 (+15). Arizona and Stanford were tied for fourth at 309 (+21). Washington and California posted scores of 313 (+25) and were tied for sixth place. In eighth place was Washington State at 317 (+29), followed by Oregon at 324 (+36) and Oregon State at 328 (+40).
Individually, sophomore Tiffany Joh and Sydnee Michaels were tied for eighth place at two-over par 74. Joh had three bogeys, a double bogey and three birdies on her card; Michaels had six bogeys and four birdies on hers. Both players trail Arizona State's Anna Nordqvist by six shots for the first round lead.
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