Stanford Finishes Sixth at Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational
March 28, 2010
AUSTIN, Tex. - The Stanford women's golf team shot a final round team score of 307 today and finished in sixth place at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational, two shots behind fifth place Texas.
UCLA won the team event with a team score of 884, six strokes clear of second place Arizona (890). Texas A&M (897) finished third, TCU plaed fourth (901) followed by the host Longhorns (907).
Freshman Kristina Wong, who entered the final round two shots off the lead, slipped to fifth place after a closing round 78 today. She finished eight strokes behind Sarah Zwartynski of Texas A&M, who won the individual title with a 54-hole score of 213.
Wong could not erase four bogies and one double on her card today en route to her six over round of 78.
Freshman Sally Watson shot the team's lowest score in the final round, coming home with a three over 75 on the University of Texas Golf Club. Her final round lifted her into a tie for 29th place with a 54-hole score of 230.
Angela King tied for 33rd with a 15-over 231 after shooting an 82 today.
Rebecca Durham turned in her second straight 77 and finished tied for 39th with a 17-over score of 233.
Sydney Burlison also carded her second straight 77 and tied for 71st with a 25-over score of 241.
Lila Barton, who shot an 85 today, tied for 73rd at 242.
Stanford will next be in action at the PING Arizona State Invitational, April 9-11 at the Karsten Golf Course in Tempe.