Women's Golf Tied For 11th After Three Rounds Of NCAA Championships

May 21, 2004

Opelika, Ala. - The No. 7 USC women's golf team shot 305 on Thursday to fall to a tie for 11th after three rounds of the 2004 NCAA Women's Golf Championships held at Grand National Golf Course.

USC--the defending NCAA champion--has a 54-hole total of 898, 40 strokes back of team leader UCLA (858).

Continuing to lead the way for the Women of Troy is sophomore Irene Cho. She shot a 78 in the third round to fall to a tie for 27th and now has a total of 221. She's 13 strokes behind individual leader Susie Matthews of UCLA.

Also for USC, sophomore Tanya Dergal shot 73 to tie for 57th (225, senior Rachel Bell shot 76 to tie for 62nd (226), freshman Catalina Marin shot 78 to tie for 81st (229) and freshman Veronica Felibert shot 79 to tie for 93rd (231).

The tournament concludes on Friday with tee times at 8 a.m. CT.

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