No. 14 Cal Tied for Second after 1st Round of Peg Barnard Collegiate

April 8, 2006

STANFORD, Calif. - No. 14 California is tied for second at 299 Saturday after the first round of the Peg Barnard Collegiate at the Stanford Golf Course. Cal, San Jose State and No. 19 Ohio State are only one shot behind No. 6 USC, which was a late addition to the annual event.

Host Stanford rounds out the top five at 302 at the 15-team tournament.

Washington State's Anastasia Kostina sits atop the leader board at two-under 69, while USC's Irene Cho is second at 70. Cal seniors Sophia Sheridan and Sofie Andersson are tied for fifth at 73. Both Golden Bears carded scores of 35 on the back nine.

Cal junior Mika Takayama is tied for 19th at 76, while freshman Allison Goodman posted a 77 to tie for 27th. Goodman recorded the Bears' final counting score today.

The 36-hole tournament concludes tomorrow with a shotgun start beginning at 8 a.m. Cal, which has won at least one tournament in each of the past eight seasons, looks to win its first event of 2005-06 this weekend.

Peg Barnard CollegiateStanford Golf CoursePar 71, 5,985 yardsFirst of Two Rounds

Team Scores (15): 1. USC 298, 2t. California 299, 2t. San Jose State 299, 2t. Ohio State 299, 5. Stanford 302, 6. Washington State 303, 7. Oregon State 307, 8. UC Irvine 309, 9. Long Beach State 310, 10. Hawaii 313, 11t. Santa Clara 314, 11t. San Francisco 314, 13. Denver 315, 14. Portland State 320, 15. Fresno State 328.

Top 5 Individuals: 1. Anastasia Kostina, Washington State 69, 2. Irene Cho, USC 70, 3, Dana Je, Ohio State 71, 4. Jessica Potter, San Francisco 72, 5t. Sofie Andersson, Cal 73, 5t. Sophia Sheridan, Cal 73, 5t. Sirapa Kasemsamran, San Jose State 73.

Other Cal Scores: 19t. Mika Takayama 76, 27t. Allison Goodman 77, 69t. Shannon Goodman 83, 76. Enu Chung* 86.

* competed as an individual

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