Husky Golfers Finish Sixth at Rain-Delayed Peg Barnard

April 13, 2003

Stanford, CA - The 20th-ranked Washington women's golf team finished sixth at the Peg Barnard Collegiate at the Stanford Golf Course. The Huskies shot rounds of 314 and 315 total of 629, eight strokes behind tournament champion Denver (621).

Rain forced an early end to Saturday's first round of play. The tournament resumed Sunday morning as the 13-team field completed both rounds of the 36-hole event.

Washington freshman Sung Ea Lee had the best finish of her collegiate career, shooting 150 to finish in second place. Stanford's Wendra Liang took medalist honors at 148. Washington State's Jay Lee Longbottom tied Denver's Christine Anast for third at 151.

The Huskies return to play April 24-26 at the Pac-10 Championships to be held at Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis.

Peg Barnard Collegiate
Stanford Golf Course
Stanford, CA

Team Results

 1. Denver             308-313--621 2. Stanford           310-312--622 3. San Jose State     308-315--623 4. San Francisco      313-313--626 5. Portland State     311-317--628 6. Washington         314-315--629 7. Washington State   318-320--638 8. Oregon State       319-321--640 8. UC Irvine          322-318--64010. Long Beach State   325-317--64211. Nevada             319-324--64312. Hawaii             335-335--67013. Montana State      356-337--693

Note: More detailed results to be posted when available.

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