Husky Women Second After Day One At Stanford
Feb. 13, 2010
STANFORD, Calif. - The Washington women's golf team is tied for second as a team after round one of the Peg Barnard Invitational and Anya Alvarez is second in the individual standings.
The Huskies shot a 20-over-par 304 to earn a share of second with host Stanford. California leads the tournament by eight strokes after shooting a first round 296 (+12).
"For the first round of the spring it was just okay," said Husky coach Mary Lou Mulflur from Palo Alto. "Honestly, I think we're all a little disappointed. But, we're all within striking distance, so that's good."
Alvarez, a junior from Jenks, Okla., is alone in second after shooting a 72 (+1) on Saturday. Alvarez led the Huskies with three birdies on the day.
Sophomore Darcie Richmond (T36) and senior Molly Aronnson (T47) are further back on the leaderboard.