Oct. 20, 2001
STANFORD, Calif. - The California women's golf team is in sixth place with a score of 591 after two rounds of the Stanford Invitational. The Golden Bears dropped three spots after firing a 298 Saturday, but they are only eight strokes behind third-place Washington (583).
Tulsa jumped from second to first with a second round score of 286. The Golden Hurricanes have a two-day score of 570, six strokes ahead of Vanderbilt (576). The remainder of the top five of the 17-team tournament has USC fourth (584) and UCLA fifth (588).
Arizona State's Jimin Kang leads the individual race with a 10-under-par 134. Tulsa's Stacy Prammananasudh and Vanderbilt's Nicki Cutler are two strokes back at 136.
Senior Anne Walker is Cal's top golfer in a tie for ninth with a 143 after firing a 72 Saturday. Junior Vikki Laing and sophomore Sarah Huarte are the Bears next best golfers in a tie for 12th with scores of 145.
Tomorrow's final round begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Stanford Golf Course with a shotgun start.
Women's Golf Result Second of Three Rounds Stanford Golf Course, par 72, 6154 yardsTop 10 Team Scores (17 teams): 1. Tulsa 570, 2. Vanderbilt 576, 3. Washington 583, 4. USC 584, 5. UCLA 588, 6. California 591, 7. Arizona State 593, 8. New Mexico 597, 9t. Stanford 600, 9t. Pepperdine 600.
Top Five Individual Scores: 1. Jimin Kang (ASU) 134, 2t. Stacy Prammananasudh (Tulsa) 136, 2t. Nicki Cutler (Vanderbilt) 136, 4. Katherine Hull (Pepperdine) 138, 5t. Becky Lucidi (USC) 140, 5t. Suzie Fisher (Tulsa) 140.