Parks Tied For Fourth At Pac-10 Championships
April 19, 2010
EUGENE, Ore. -- Husky sophomore Sadena Parks is tied for fourth and the UW women are seventh after the first round of the Pac-10 Championships at Eugene Country Club.
Parks, from Bethel, Wash., shot a 2-under-par 70 at the 6,203-yard course and is three strokes behind leader Joanne Lee of California. Anya Alvarez is the only other Husky in the top-10 coming into the clubhouse in a six-way tie for ninth with an even par 72.
As a team, Washington was +8 (296) and is three strokes behind sixth-place Arizona. Defending national champion Arizona State leads at 5-under 283. USC is second, followed by California, UCLA and Oregon.
The Huskies will be paired with Stanford for the second round and begin teeing off from the 10th tee at 8:46 a.m.
1. Arizona State, -5 (283)
2. USC, -4 (284)
3. California, -1 (287)
4. UCLA, +1 (289)
5. Oregon, +4 (292)
6. Arizona, +5 (293)
7. Washington, +8 (296)
8. Stanford, +13 (301)
T9. Washington State, +29 (317)
T9. Oregon State, +29 (317)