Husky Women Fall to Eighth at ASU Invite
April 8, 2000
TEMPE, Ariz. -The Washington women's golf team dropped one spot to eighth after combining for a score of 302 in the second round of the ASU Invitational. Host Arizona State is tied with in-state rival Arizona at first, both teams with a two-round total of 585. New Mexico is in third, one stroke back from the lead at 586.
Arizona's Jenna Daniels is leading the individual field with a 5-under score of 130. Miriam Nagl of Arizona State is next in line for the title with a two-day total of 142.
The competition will be decided Sunday morning.
Day Two Results (after 36 holes)
Top Individuals: 1. Jenna Daniels (Ariz), 68-71-139, 2. Miriam Nagl (Ariz. St.), 73-69-142, T3. Candie Kung (USC), 74-70-144, Marcela Leon (SJSU), 72-72-144, 5. Britney Holt (New Mex.), 73-72-145.
Husky Finishers: T16. Kelli Kamimura, 71-77-148, Elisha Au, 73-75-148, Louise Friberg, 75-73-148, T73. Andrea Cordova, 82-77-159, T84. Mendy Cooper, 79-85-164. (Michelle Grafos, who is competing as an individual, is tied at 53rd with 75-80-155.)