April 13, 2002
STANFORD, Calif. - The 18th-ranked California women's golf team is tied for fourth after the opening round of the Peg Barnard California Collegiate Saturday at Stanford Golf Course. The Golden Bears carded a 303 to stand deadlocked with San Jose State heading into Sunday's final round.
No. 19 Washington leads the 14-team tournament with an opening round of 297. No. 14 USC is second at 300, and Washington State is third at 301. The Bears continue to do well against ranked competition. No. 16 UCLA is tied for seventh (307) and No. 8 Arizona State is ninth (309).
San Jose State's Marcela Leon and WSU's Tasha Browner lead the individual race, both with scores of 72. Six golfers are one stroke back of the leaders.
The tournament concludes tomorrow with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
PEG BARNARD CALIFORNIA COLLEGIATE
After 18 of 36 Holes
Stanford Golf Course - par 72, 6168 yards
Team Scores (14 teams):
1. Washington 297, 2. USC 300, 3. Washington State 301, 4t. Cal 303, 4t. San Jose State 303, 6. Stanford 306, 7t. UCLA 307, 7t. Nevada 307, 9. Arizona State 309, 10. San Diego State 314, 11t. Oregon State 317, 11t. UNLV 317, 13. Long Beach State 322, 14. Santa Clara 363.
Top Five Individuals:
1t. Marcela Leon (San Jose State) 72, 1t. Tasha Browner (WSU) 72, 3t. Mikaela Parmlid (USC) 73, 3t. Kim Rowton (Stanford) 73, 3t. Kim Welch (WSU) 73, 3t. Hwanhee Lee (San Jose State) 73, 3t. Helle Gram (San Jose State) 73, 3t. Louise Friberg (Washington) 73, 3t. Jessica Belskis (Stanford)* 73.
* competing as an individual