Women's Golf Tied For Third After First Round Of 2001 Pac-10 Women's Golf Championships

April 23, 2001

The No. 3 USC women's golf team shot 295 on Monday to tie for third place after one round of the 2001 Pac-10 Championships being held on Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz., on Mon.-Wed. (April 23-25).

USC is tied with Arizona State and Stanford, six strokes behind leader California (288). Arizona is second (294), while UCLA is sixth (301).

Sophomore Mikaela Parmlid and junior Leila Chartrand lead the Trojans, with both tied for 10th after shooting 73. Sarah Huarte of California leads at 69, followed by Lorena Ochoa (70) and Natalie Gulbis (71), both of Arizona.

Also for USC, freshman Anna Rawson is tied for 12th (74), sophomore All-American and defending Pac-10 champ Candie Kung is tied for 19th (75), freshman Anna Lee is tied for 47th (80), and senior Nicole Dalkas is tied for 39th (78), while competing as an individual.

The tourney's second round begins tomorrow (Tuesday) at 8 a.m.

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