UW Women Golfers Tee Off at Peg Barnard
April 9, 2004
Seattle - The 12th-ranked Washington women's golf team travels to Stanford this weekend to compete in the Peg Barnard Invitational April 10-11 at the Stanford Golf Course. Fourteen teams will play 18 holes each day on the par 72 (6,168 yards) course. Saturday's action will begin with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. while Sunday's final round will kick off at 8 a.m. with a shotgun start.
Participating teams include host-Stanford, Montana State, Nevada, Denver, Washington, UC Irvine, Long Beach State, San Francisco, Oregon State, San Jose State, Washington State, Portland State, Oregon and the Scottish Institute.
Last year, the University of Denver shot a two-round total of 621 to take top team honors at the Peg Barnard. Washington was sixth at 629. Sung Ea Lee led the Huskies with a second-place finish, shooting 6-over 150.
Washington enters the tournament ranked 12th in the nation. The Huskies Paige Mackenzie is ranked 18th by Golfweek and leads the team with a 73.85 stroke average. Lee is ranked 35th and sports a 74.85 stroke average.
The Peg Barnard is Washington's final regular-season tournament before beginning postseason play at the Pac-10 Championships April 19-21.
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