Cardinal Women Travel To Hawaii For Kent Youel Invitational
Oct. 31, 2005
Stanford, Calif. - The Stanford women's golf team crosses the Pacific next week to play in the Kent Youel Invitational, hosted by Hawaii. The tournament will be played at Kapolei Golf Course on Oahu. Play starts with 36 holes on Tuesday (Nov. 1) and finishes with Wednesday's final round of 18 holes (Nov. 2).
The Kapolei Golf Course is a 7,001-yard, par-72 course located in Kapolei, a city just west of Honolulu on Oahu.
There are 16 teams participating: Oregon State, Baylor, California, Cal Poly, Colorado, Fresno State, Hawaii, Kentucky, Long Beach State, Nevada, New Mexico State, San Diego State, Santa Clara, Stanford, Texas Tech and USC.
The Cardinal tied for ninth at the Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate their last time out with a 888 (+36). Stanford was led by freshman Mari Chun who tied for 10th individually with a 215. Chun fired a collegiate-best three-under par 68 in the final round. Senior Kelly Husted tied for 28th overall with a 221 (75-73-73) to aid the Stanford effort. Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana (77-73-75) and Stephanie Lue (76-74-75), competing as an individual, both shot a 225 to tie for 43rd. Cardinal Lauren Todd tied for 65th, carding a 230 (77-75-78) while teammate Ki-Shui Liao turned in a 231 (76-79-76) to tie for 73rd. Stanford's Jenna Seki, competing as an individual, tied for 81st (80-77-79--236).
Stanford closes out its fall season at the Collegiate Match Play Championships, November 11-13, in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida at the Mission Inn Golf Resort.