April 7, 2001

TEMPE, Ariz. -- - Jennifer Dodd fired her second consecutive 77 at the Ping/Arizona State Invitational to lead the Washington State University team Saturday. Dodd, with one round to play, is tied for 37th, while the Cougars as a team are fifteenth with a score of 641.

Arizona leads the team standings with a 597 total after two rounds at the Karsten Golf Course, while host ASU is second three shots back at 600. Rounding out the top five are Tulsa and TCU, tied at 602, and USC at 603.

Arizona's Lorena Ochoa is the second round leader with a one stroke lead at 143. Washington's Kelli Kamimura is second with a 144 total and Ahslei Pendleton from Oregon State is two strokes off the pace in third. She is followed by a pair of ASU golfers, Molly Cooper and Blair O'Neal, both with 146 totals.

WSU's Natalie Bratkowski is tied for 63rd at 162 and Shanelle Roberts is one stroke back at 163 and tied for 70th, while Tasha Browner, at 165, is 80th. Donna Bell, with a two-round total of 170, is 83rd for the Cougars.

WSU RESULTS:	321-320-641T37) Jennifer Dodd	77-77-154T63) Natalie Bratkowski	83-79-162T70) Shanelle Roberts	80-83-16380) Tasha Browner	84-81-16583) Donna Bell		81-89-170

TEAM RESULTS: 1. Arizona (597), 2. Arizona State (600), 3. Tulsa (602), and Texas Christian (602), 5. Southern California (603), 6. New Mexico (604), 7. California (606), 8. New Mexico State (607) and Stanford (607), 10. Oregon State (609), 11. UCLA (612), 12. Oregon (616), 13. San Jose State (617), 14. Washington (619), 15. Washington State (641).

TOP FIVE INDIVIDUALS: 1. Lorena Ochoa, Arizona (143), 2. Kelli Kamimura, Washington (144), 3. Ashlei Pendleton, Oregon State (145), 4. Molly Cooper, Arizona State (146) and Blair O'Neal, Arizona State (146).

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