UW Women's Golf in First Place at Bryan National Collegiate
March 26, 1999
Seattle, WA -- The 13th-ranked University of Washington women's golf team fired a first round 308 to lead at the par-72, 6,037-yard Bryan National Collegiate in BrownsSummit, North Carolina. Furman University also shot a 308 to tie the Huskies in first place. The second round is tomorrow, with the final round on Sunday.
Freshman Kelli Kamimura and sophomore Elisha Au led the Huskies, tying for the fifth-best score of the day, shooting opening rounds of four-over-par 76.
Lindsay Smith of Furman is the leader at 73. Ohio State and Wake Forest are tied for third place, three strokes behind Washington at 311.
Washington is the highest-ranked team entering the event this weekend. This is the Huskies longest trip of the season.
NCAA Women's Golf
Team Standings: 1t. Washington 308, 1t. Furman 308; 3t. Ohio State 311, 3t. Wake Forest 311; 5. Swedish National Team 319; 6t. Penn State 320, 6t. North Carolina 320; 8t. Kentucky 327, 8t. New Mexico State 327; 10t. Memphis 329, 10t. UNC-Greensboro 329; 12. Colorado 340.
Individual Standings: 1. Lindsay Smith (Furman) 73; 2t. Stacey Burnett (Furman) 74, 2t. Marcy Newton (North Carolina) 74; 4. Cuyler Buckles (North Carolina) 75; 5t. Kelli Kamimura (UW) 76, Elisha Au (UW) 76, Kelly Kirwin (Wake Forest) 76, Lielena Svensson (Sweden) 76.
Other Washington Scores: 14t. Andrea Cordova 78, 14t. Jennifer Stapleton 78; 37t. Paola Bellotti 83.