Stanford Women Lead After First Round Of NCAA West Regional
May 10, 2007
St. George, Utah - Senior golfer Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana shot a two-under par 69 to help lead the Stanford women's golf team to the top of the leaderboard after the first round of play at the 2007 NCAA West Regional Thursday afternoon on the Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club. The Cardinal carded a three-over par 287 to take a four stroke lead on day one. BYU and Oklhoma State are tied for second (291). Rounding out the top five at Arizona State (294) and UC Irvine (295).
Tangtiphaiboontana is currently in second place individually after tying her season best with a two-under par 69 this afternoon. The senior collected five birdies on the day, including three on the back nine. She is only one stroke behind the leader, Oklahoma State's Pernilla Lindberg. Three players are tied for third with a one under 70.
The tournament will continue on Friday with another round of 18 holes and conclude on Saturday with a final round of 18. The top-eight teams will advance to the NCAA Championships, May 22-25, in Daytona Beach, Fla. Freshman Angela King rounds out the Cardinal competitors tied for 68th with a 79.
Live scoring is available at www.golfstat.com each day.
NCAA West Regional
Entrada at Snow Canyon Country Club
Par 71 * 6,234 yards
St. George, Utah * May 10-12, 2007-05-10
Team Results 1. Stanford 287 2. Oklahoma State 291 BYU 291 4. Pepperdine 292 5. Arizona State 294 6. UC Irvine 295 7. New Mexico 298 8. Denver 299 9. Washington State 30110. Campbell 30511. San Jose State 308 Idaho 30813. Florida 30914. San Francisco 31015. Hawaii 31116. Sacramento State 31817. UNLV 31918. Memphis 32019. California 32120. Nebraska 32821. Columbia 335