UW Women's Golfers Remain in Third Place
Oct. 20, 2001
Stanford, CA - The Washington women's golf team stayed in third place after the second round of play at the Stanford Intercollegiate. Washington shot a second-round score of 290, three strokes better than their opening 18-hole score, for a two-day total of 583. Tulsa used a second round score of 286 and took advantage of a 296 by Vanderbilt to take the tournament lead at 570. Vanderbilt is six strokes off the lead at 576.
Washington senior Kelli Kamimura led the Huskies on Saturday with a 1-under round of 71. She is 11th overall oat even-par 144. Arizona State's Jimin Kang continues to lead the field with a 10-under score of 134. Kang shot 69 on Saturday and holds a two-stroke lead over Tulsa's Stacy Prammanasudh and Vanderbilt's Nicki Cutler.
Husky sophomore shot 73 to be in a multi-player tie for 12th place at 1-over 145. Lindsay Morgan shot even-par 72 to finish at 147 for 23rd place. Freshman Paige Mackenzie carded a 75 and is 25th at 148. Bianc Clark shot 74 and is tied for 30th at 149. Michelle Grafos, playing as an independent, shot 83 on Saturday for a two-day total of 159.
The final round of the tournament will be held Sunday.
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