Ducks Remain in 15th Place After Second Round of Ping/ASU Invitational
April 5, 2003
TEMPE, Ariz. - The Oregon women's golf team improved upon their first round score by six strokes, shooting a second-round 307, but was unable to move up in the team standings, as they remain in 15th place with a score of 313-307-620 through two of the three scheduled rounds in the Ping/ASU Invitational, held at Karsten Gold Course in Tempe, Ariz.
Freshman Therese Wenslow, boosted by a second-round score of 75, is the top Duck in the overall standings, tied for 39th place (77-75-152). After struggling to an 80 in round 1, freshman Michelle Timpani carded the best score of the day for the Ducks, shooting a 74. In the overall standings, Timpani is in a tie for 51st place (80-74-154).
California moved into first place after two rounds, with a score of 288-293-581, while first-round leader UCLA stumbled through a second-round 304, and dropped to third-place (282-304-586) in the team standings. The top individual is Charlotte Mayorkas of UCLA (66-71-137).
Oregon will compete in the third and final round of the Ping/ASU Invitational tommorow.
Karsten Golf Course
6,183 Yards, Par-72
TEAM SCORES - 1, California, 581. 2, Texas, 585. 3, UCLA, 586. 4, Southern California, 592. 5, Arizona, 594. 6t, New Mexico State, 601. 6t, New Mexico, 601. 8, TCU, 603. 9, Arizona State, 604. 10, Stanford, 609. 11, Oregon State, 610. 12, Tulsa, 612. 13, San Jose State, 614. 14, Washington, 615. 15, Oregon, 620. 16, Northern Arizona, 644.
OREGON FINISHERS - 39 (tie), Therese Wenslow, 77-75-152. 51 (tie), Michelle Timpani, 80-74-154. 64 (tie), Lacy Erickson, 75-82-157. 81 (tie), Johnna Nealy, 85-76-161. 89 (tie), Jamie Seefried, 81-86-167.