Women's Golf Tied For 14th After First Round Of NCAA Championships

May 19, 2004

Opelika, Ala. -

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    The No. 7 USC women's golf team--the defending national champions--shot a 19-over-par 307 on Tuesday and are tied for 14th after one round of the 2004 NCAA Women's Golf Championships held at Grand National's Lake Course.

    USC is 19 strokes back of team leader Oklahoma State (288). UCLA and Duke are in second (289) and Ohio State is third (296).

    Sophomore Irene Cho, who finished tied for third at last year's NCAAs, shot a one-over 73 to lead the Women of Troy. She ended the day tied for 18th. Allison Hanna of Ohio State is the overall leader (69).

    Also for USC, freshman Catalina Marin and senior Rachel Bell shot a 77 to tie for 68th, sophomore Tanya Dergal shot an 80 to tie for 105th and freshman Veronica Felibert shot an 81 to tie for 113th.

    The tournament continues on Wednesday at 8 a.m. CT.

    Live stats are available at www.golfstat.com.

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