Women' Golf Tied For 10th At NCAA Championships
May 21, 2004
Opelika, Ala. - The Stanford women's golf team shot a 298 today and are tied for 10th overall with an 897 with one round remaining in the 2004 NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships, which are being held at the 6,215-yard, par-72 Grand National Lake Course. Second-ranked UCLA owns a five-shot lead over its nearest competitor, No. 10-ranked Oklahoma State, after firing a third-round 286 to sit at 6-under.
Susie Mathews of UCLA and Karin Sjodin of Oklahoma State are tied for the individual lead at minus-8 as both shot third-round 68s.
Senior Angela Rho shot a 76 today while Lauren Todd fired an even-par 72. Both golfers are tied for 49th individually with a 224 over three rounds. Freshman Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana is tied for 62nd with a 226 after posting a 77. Senior Kim Kouwabunpat is tied for 67th with a 228 and shot a one-over par 73 today. Teammate Stephanie Lue carded an 80 and is tied for 87th iwth a 230 heading into the final round of play.
UCLA, which held a 1-stroke lead over top-ranked Duke after two rounds, stretched its lead to five shots with a three-day tally of 858 thanks in part to Mathews' 68, who was the overnight leader heading into Thursday and birdied the final two holes. Charlotte Mayorkas' 71 included birdies on Nos. 4, 6 and 13 and is tied for fourth. Gina Umeck shot a 75 and sits in a tie for 14th with three other players. Hannah Jun rounded out the Bruins' scoring with a third-round 72 and is tied for 27th at plus-5 with a round to play.
Action wraps up tomorrow at the Grand National Lake Course in Opelika, Alabama.
Complete results are available at www.golfstat.com.