Oct. 21, 2012
STANFORD, Calif. - The University of California women's golf team finished in 16th place of the Stanford Invitational hosted by Condoleezza Rice by shooting a 893 (307, 298, 288, +41). Senior Jacqueline Williams led the Golden Bears through on the weekend, shooting a 221 (73, 75, 73, +8).
The Golden Bears continued to go low after a rough Friday outing. Their score of 288 on Sunday was tied for the fourth lowest third round score of the 17 teams. After Williams, who is tied for 32nd individually, the Bears received a low score on the day of 71 from freshman Hannah Suh. Her 71 was the lowest single round Golden Bear score of the weekend. After Suh, who finished with a 224 (78, 75, 71, +9) on the weekend, junior Nicola Roessler and senior Joi Pentin both contributed a score of 72. Roessler finished the weekend with a combined score of 223 (77, 74, 72 +10), which Pentin finished with a 225 (78, 74, 72 +12) Sophomore Morgan Thompson turned in her third straight 80 that was dropped from the day's total. She finished the weekend at 240 (+27). Sophomore JoEe Kok competed as an individual and shot a 76 on the day, and finished the tournament with 233 (83, 74, 76, +20).
The 2012 Stanford Intercollegiate was a 54-hole event played at the par-71, 6,130-yard Stanford Golf Course. It was the final tournament in the fall schedule for the Golden Bears, which saw them win one tournament at the Cougar Invitational in Pullman, Wash. Cal will return to the course on February 16th at the Peg Barnard Invitational in Stanford, Calif.
Full statistics from today's action is available at golfstat.com.
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