UW Women's Golf in Eighth at Pac-10 Championship
April 25, 2000
EUGENE, Ore.-The Washington women's golf team slid down one slot on day two of Pac-10 Championship and stands in eighth place with a score of 616. Arizona leads the field by 5 strokes with a score of 593. UCLA was in next with 598.
UCLA's Amanda Moltke-Leth and USC's Mickaela Parmlid are battling for the top spot in the individual field, both women carding scores of 145 in two days. Jill Gomric of Arizona and Oregon's Anika Heuser are fighting a similar battle for runner-up with scores of 146.
The Pac-10 Championship concludes tomorrow with a final round.
Day Two Results (after 36 holes)
Top Individuals: T1. Amanda Moltke-Leth (UCLA), 70-75-145, Mikaela Parmlid (USC) 72-73-145, T3. Jill Gomric (Ariz.), 71-75-146, Anika Heuser (Ore), 71-75-146, 5. Kim Rowton (Stan), 75-72-147, T6. Candie Kung (USC), 71-77-148, Alicia Um (UCLA), 74-74-148, Stacie Ferguson (OSU), 77-71-148.
Husky Finishers: T11. Elisha Au, 76-74-150, T24. Andrea Cordova, 77-76-153, T32. Kelli Kamimura, 80-76-156, T43. Louise Friberg, 78-80-158, 54. Michelle Grafos, 82-79-161, T38. *Mendy Cooper, 77-80-157.
*Entered as an individual.