Ducks Still Trying to Get on Track at NCAA Fall Preview
Sept. 25, 2001
AUBURN, Wash. - Playing through intermittent rain showers, the University of Oregon women's golf team shot a 40-over par 328 in the second round of the NCAA Fall Preview, being played at the 6,250-yard, par-72 Washington National Golf Club. The top nine teams in the tournament were unable to finish their rounds Tuesday as play was suspended at 5:42 p.m. due to rain and standing water on the greens.
Senior Kathy Cho shot an 8-over par 80 to lead the Ducks. The Honolulu, Hawaii, native is at plus-17 for the tournament. Freshman Jessica Carlyon shot an 11-over 83 and is plus-20. Freshman Jaime Seefried, who led Oregon with an opening round 79, struggled to an 88 Tuesday and fell to plus-23.
The Ducks are 76 strokes over par for the tournament, and have a five stroke edge on Washington State (plus-81) in a battle to stay out of the cellar entering Wednesday's final round.
Auburn and Tulsa took advantage of early tees time to post low rounds of 3-over 291 Tuesday. Auburn is the clubhouse leader at 15-over par, while Tulsa was a stoke back of the Tigers. Ohio State was a plus-13 through 12 holes at the time play was stopped, while first round leader Tennessee was 16-over through 12.
Weather permitting, the second round will be completed Wednesday morning with the nine teams set for a 7:15 a.m. tee time. The final round is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m., though rain is in the forecast for the greater Seattle area.
NCAA Fall Preview
Washington National Golf Club
Second Round - Suspended 5:42 p.m. due to rain and standing water on the greens
6,250 Yards, Par-72
TEAM SCORES - Auburn, 300-291-591. Tulsa, 301-291-592. Arizona State, 299-303-602. Oklahoma State, 304-301-605. Pepperdine, 304-305-609. New Mexico State, 309-303-612. UCLA, 306-307-613. Washington, 307-306-613. Stanford, 308-305-613. Texas Christian, 307-311-618. Purdue, 318-300-618. Oregon State, 313-310-323. California, 321-306-627. Oregon, 324-328-652. Washington State, 327-330-657.
Nine teams unable to complete the second round.
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