Husky Women Golfers in 8th Place at Arizona Invit.
Feb. 19, 2001
Tucson, AZ - The Washington women's golf team got the spring portion of its schedule off to a good start by finished eighth after the opening round of play at the Arizona Invitational at The Raven Golf Course in Tucson. The Huskies shot an opening-day 305. Arizona, the defending national champions, leads the tournament with a score of 293, one stroke less than second-place Duke.
The Huskies were led by sophomore Louise Friberg, who shot 1-over 73. Friberg and teammates Kelli Kamimura and Lindsay Morgan all shot 35 on the front nine of the tournament. Kamimura and Elisha Au are tied for 35th overall after posting scores of 77. Freshman Jamie Michaud carded a 78 in her first spring tournament as a Husky and Morgan finished the day with an 80.
Friberg's 73 matched her opening-round score from last year's Arizona Invitational, where she went on to lead the Husky scoring with a three-day total of 224.
Team Results: 1. Arizona 293, 2. Duke 294, 3. USC 295, 4. Stanford 298, 5. New Mexico State 302, 6. Texas 303, 7. California 304, 8. Washington 305, 9. Pepperdine 307, 10t. UCLA and Tulsa 311, 12t. New Mexico and Arizona State 313, 14t. San Jose State and Nevada 315, 16. Oregon 325.
Top Individuals: 1. V. Nirapathpongpron (Duke) 70, 2. Candy Hannemann (Duke) 71, 3t. Lorena Ochoa (Arizona), Lindsey Wright (Pepperdine), Candie Kung (USC), Natalie Gulbis (Arizona), Hilary Homeyer (Stanford) and Suzanne Sowers (Texas) 72.