No. 14 Cal Tied for Fourth after First Day of Stanford Intercollegiate

Oct. 19, 2007

STANFORD, Calif. - Fourteenth-ranked California stands in a fourth-place tie with Georgia and Arizona after shooting a 296 (+12) in the first round of play at the Stanford Intercollegiate on Friday at the 6,092 yard, par-71 Stanford Golf Course. Three Golden Bears - junior Allison Goodman, freshman Pia Halbig and sophomore Roseanne Niven - each shot a 73 (+2) to tie each other and two other players for 15th on the first day of the three-day event.

Duke leads the team standings with a 282 (-2), while Blue Devil Amanda Blumenherst paces the field with a first-round 66 (-5).

A full recap will follow.

Team Scores (18): 1. Duke 282, 2. UCLA 291, 3. Arizona State 293, t4. California 296, t4. Georgia 296, t4. Arizona 296, 7. Pepperdine 297, 8. Arkansas 299, 9. UNLV 304, 10. Washington State 306, t11. Washington 307, t11. Vanderbilt 307, t13. Stanford 309, t13. New Mexico 309, 15. Oregon 310, 16. Oregon State 312, 17. San Jose State 317, 18. Texas 319.

Top Seven Individual Scores: 1. Amanda Blumenherst (Duke) 66, 2. Marie Chun (Stanford) 68, t3. Jodi Ewart (New Mexico) 69, t3. Jennie Lee (Duke) 69, t3. Stacy Lewis (Arkansas) 69, t3. Kendra Little (Oregon) 69, t3. Glory Yang (UCLA) 69, t3.

Cal Scores: t15. Allison Goodman 73, t15. Pia Halbig 73, t15. Roseanne Niven 73, t46. Sophia Janer 77, t53. Shannon Yocum 78.

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