Cardinal Women In Third Heading Into Final Round At NCAA West Regional
May 7, 2004
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford women's golf team shot a 297 on the second day of competition at the NCAA Women's Golf West Regional to remain in third place overall with a two-round total of 590 at the Stanford Golf Course. UCLA continues to lead the field with a one-under par 575 and have a four stroke lead over second place California, who checks in with a three-over par 579. Rounding out the top five are Stanford (590), Denver (601), Texas (602) and Georgia (602).
Bruin Hannah Jun holds a three stroke lead in the individual standings after carding a one-under par 71 today to bring her two-round total to a six-under par 138. Ohio State' s Allison Hanna is in second with a three-under par 141 followed by UCLA's Charlotte Mayorkas' two-under par 142. Cal State Northridge's Elizabeth Allen and California's Anna Temple are tied for fourth with a one-under par 143.
The Cardinal were led by Stephanie Lue who shot an even par 72 today and is tied for seventh overall with an even par 144. Freshmen Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana (74-75) and Lauren Todd (72-77) are tied for 22nd in the individual standings with a 149. Senior Kim Kouwabunpat is tied for 26th with a 150 (77-73) while teammate Angela Rho is tied for 41st with a 153 (75-78).
Complete results can be found at www.golfstat.com.
The NCAA West Regional concludes tomorrow with the final 18 holes at the Stanford Golf Course. Tee times begin at 7:30 a.m.
The top eight teams and two individuals from each of the three regionals will advance to the NCAA Championships held at Grand National Lake Course, Opelika, Alabama, and hosted by Auburn University on May 18-21.