Oregon Women's Golf Tied for 16th After Opening Round at Stanford
Oct. 20, 2000
STANFORD, Calif. -- The Oregon women's golf team shot a 26-over 314 and was tied with Washington State for 16th place after one round of the Stanford/Pepsi Intercollegiate, played Friday at the 6,154-yard, par-72 Stanford Golf Course on the Cardinal's campus.
No. 1 Arizona held a commanding 15-stroke lead after shooting an 11-under 277 Friday. No. 5 Stanford was second at 292, followed by No. 12 New Mexico State at 295, No. 3 USC at 296 and No. 11 Tulsa at 297. Oregon State was in 12th after carding a 310. Other Pac-10 teams included No. 15 Arizona State tied for sixth at 299and California and Washington tied for 13th at 311.
Senior Claire Hunter and freshman Katharina Schallenberg shared low honors for the Ducks, shooting 4-over to tie for 38th. Junior Kathy Cho was tied for 54th at plus-6.
The second round of the three-round tournament will be played Saturday morning.
Stanford Golf Course
6,154 Yards, Par-72
TEAM SCORES - 1, Arizona, 277. 2, Stanford, 292. 3, New Mexico State, 295. 4, USC, 296. 5, Tulsa, 297. 6 (tie), Arizona State, 299, and Pepperdine, 299. 8, San Jose State, 300. 9, New Mexico, 306. 10, Indiana, 307. 11, UCLA, 308. 12, Oregon State, 310. 13 (tie), California, 311, and Washington, 311. 15, Texas A&M, 312. 16 (tie), Oregon, 314, and Washington State, 314. 18, Texas Tech, 315.
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