Women's Golf Prepares For NCAA West Regional
May 3, 2004
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford women's golf team will host the 2004 NCAA Women's Golf West Regional, May 6-8, at the Stanford Golf Course in Stanford, Calif.
The Stanford Golf Course will play to a par of 72 over 6,159 yards. The format includes 54 holes of medal and team play. Tee times begin at 7:30 a.m. each day from the first and 10th tees. Admission and parking for the tournament are free.
Eight teams and two individuals will advance from each region. The championships finals will be held at Grand National Lake Course, Opelika, Alabama, hosted by Auburn University on May 18-21.
Results will be posted on GolfStat's live scoring page and continue throughout the event. Visit www.golfstat.com for live scoring updates.
USC won last year's West Regional with an 873 followed by Oklahoma State (880). Rounding out the top five were UCLA (892), Pepperdine (894), Arizona State (902) and Ohio State (902).
UNLV's Sunny Oh won medalist honors carding a five-under par 211. USC's Tanya Dergal and Washington State's Kim Welch tied for second (213). Rounding out the top five individuals were USC's Becky Lucidi (217) and Washington's Lindsay Morgan (217).
The Stanford women's golf team fired a 297 on the final day of competition at the 2003 NCAA West Regional to finish eighth overall with a three-round total of 905.
Kim Rowton led the Cardinal finishing tied for 20th individually with a 223 after carding a par 72 in the final round. Kelly Husted tied for 25th with a 226 (72-77-77) while teammate Kim Kouwabunpat tied for 34th (76-79-73). Angela Rho tied for 43rd (79-76-75) at 230. Wendra Liang tied for 79th with a 239 (77-81-81).
Senior Kim Kouwabunpat leads the Cardinal this season with a 75.8 stroke average, followed by freshman Lauren Todd, who has a 76.5 stroke average. Todd has posted four top 25 finishes while Kouwabunpat has three.
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