Alvarez, Huskies Fourth In Peg Barnard Classic
Feb. 14, 2010
STANFORD, Calif. - The Washington women's golf team placed fourth collectively and junior Anya Alvarez was fourth among individuals in the Peg Barnard Classic at Stanford Golf Course in Stanford, Calif.
The teams were delayed by a bank of fog that rolled through the course, but Husky coach Mary Lou Mulflur didn't think it affected play on Sunday.
'It was the same fog for everybody, so it was no big deal,' said Mulflur. 'But it certainly wasn't the result we wanted and it is a little frustrating because [assistant] Andrea [VanderLende] know that we're very good, but we just haven't been able to get there yet.'
Alvarez followed a first round 72 with a 6-over 77 in Sunday's final round. She was five shots behind co-leaders Joanne Lee of California and Sally Watson of Stanford. The finish gives Alvarez nine career top-10's in her Husky career.
Sadena Parks was the next highest finisher for the Dawgs at 15th. She was 7-over on Sunday and finished +11 overall.
Among those tied with Aronsson was Karinn Dickinson, who shot an 80 in Sunday's final round.
The Huskies return to action next in the Arizona Invitational from Feb. 22-23.
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