Women's Golf In Ninth After First Round Of PING/ASU Invite
April 6, 2001
Tempe, Arizona - The Stanford women's golf team shot a 307 in the opening round of the PING/ASU Invitational and are currently in ninth place. TCU leads the field with a 299 on the afternoon. Rounding out the top five are California (301), Tulsa (302), UCLA (302) and Arizona State (302).
Individually, Stanford is led by senior Stephanie Keever who shot a two-over par 74 today and is tied for 11th. Cardinal Hilary Homeyer is tied for 23rd, carding a four-over par 76 today. Freshman Kim Kouwabunpat checks in tied for 35th with a five-over par 77 while teammates Angela Rho and Marcia Wallis both shot an eight-over par 80 on the day and tied for 56th. Competing as an individual, sophomore Kim Rowton turned in a seven-over par 79 and is tied for 49th.
Arizona's Lorena Ochoa and Arizona State's Molly Cooper currenlty lead the field, shooting a one-under par 71 to open the tourney.
Action at the Ping/ASU Invitational held in Tempe, Arizona, continues tomorrow with tee times beginning at 8 a.m.