Women's Golf Tied For Fourth At Pac-10 Championship
April 23, 2007
Seattle, Wash. - Cardinal Mari Chun shot a one-under par 71 to pace the Stanford women's golf team to a tie for fourth on the first day of competition at the 2007 Pac-10 Championship at the Broadmoor Golf Club. The Cardinal shot a 309 today on the par 72, 6,196 yard course. Arizona State leads the field with a 297, followed by USC (303), UCLA (305), Stanford (309) and Arizona (309).
Rounding out the top 10 are Washington (313), California (313), Washington State (317), Oregon (324) and Oregon State (329).
Freshman Angela King and senior Lauren Todd are tied for 23rd overall with a 79 while senior Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana is tied for 30th with an 80. Teammate Catherina Wang checkin in tied for 36th with an 83.
ASU's Anna Nordqvist leads the field by three strokes with a four-under par 68. Chun is second at one-under 71, followed by USC's Paola Moreno who's at even par 72.
Second round action will begin tomorrow at the Broadmoor Golf Club with tee times beginning at 9 a.m.
Live scoring is available at www.golfstat.com.
Team Scores - 1. ASU 297, 2. USC 303, 3. UCLA 305, t4. Stanford 309, t4. Arizona 309, t6. Washington 313, t6. California 313, 8. Washington State 317, 9. Oregon 324, 10. Oregon State 329.