Cardinal Women In Third At Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown
Nov. 2, 2004
Las Vegas, Nev. - The Stanford women's golf team shot a 10-over par 298 on the second day of competition at the Las Vegas Women's Collegiate Showdown to move into third place overall with a two-round total of 599 - just five strokes out of second place. UNLV leads the 17-team field with a 588 after two days, followed by Texas Tech (594). Rounding out the top five are Stanford (599), Washington (600) and UC Irvine (603).
Missouri is sixth (605) while Kent State is seventh (608). Checking in eighth is Colorado State (609), followed by San Francisco (612) and Brigham Young (613).
Cardinal junior Kelly Husted (Sarasota, FL) is tied for ninth individually with a four-over par 148 (74-74) while teammate Lauren Todd (Phoenix, AZ) is tied for 15th with a 150 (76-74). Sophomore Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana is one stroke behind Todd with a 151 (76-75) and is tied for 21st. Senior Wendra Liang is tied for 35th with a 154 (75-79) along with sophomore Jenna Seki (79-75--154).
Three players are currently tied for first on the individual leaderboard with a one-over par 145 - UNLV's Hwanhee Lee, Missouri's Maria Ohlsson and San Francisco's Jessica Potter. Selanee Henderson, from UC Irvine, and Seema Sadekar, from UNLV, are tied for fourth with a 146.
Action concludes tomorrow with the final 18 holes at the Anthem Country Club.
Complete results are available at www.golfstat.com