Women's Golfers Improve at Pac-10s
April 24, 1999
STANFORD, Calif. - Elisha Au and Paola Bellotti each carded 73 in the second round of the Pac-10 Championships to advance the Huskies into sixth place at the Pac-10 Championships. Washington posted 301 in the second of three rounds at Stanford Golf Course, bringing its two round total to 610.
Stanford maintained its 14-stroke lead on Arizona and USC by registering a 289 in the second round bringing its total to 580 for the tournament. Arizona State is fourth with 597. Fifth-place UCLA leads Washington by seven strokes.
Elisha Au holds the Washingtons top-spot on the leaderboard in 12th place with a 149. Au bettered her opening-round 76 by three on Saturday to finish with 149 after 36 holes. Kelli Kamimura slipped into a tie for 16th after a 77 Saturday coming in with 151 for the tournament. Washingtons got its biggest boost from senior Paola Bellottti, who shaved seven strokes off her first round total with a 73 on Saturday. Jennifer Stapleton rounded out Washingtons scoring with a 78.
Stanfords Julie Dunn leads all individuals with a 3-under 141, a stroke better than Arizona States Grace Park. Leila Chartrand is third at one-under.
The final round of the Pac-10 Championship tees off at 8:30 a.m. Sunday at Stanford Golf Course.
Pac-10 Championships Stanford Golf Course Stanford, Calif. Par: 72; Yardage: 6,154 Second Round Results
Team Standings: 1. Stanford 580; T2. Arizona, USC 594; 4. Arizona State 597; 5. UCLA 603; 6. Washington 610; 7. Oregon 611; 8. California 616; 9. Oregon State 618; 10. Washington State 625.
Individual Standings: 1. Julie Dunn (STAN) 72-69-141 2. Grace Park (ASU) 72-70-142; 3. Leila Chartrand (USC) 70-73-143; 4. Chistina Baena (ARIZ) 74-70-144; 5. Hilary Homeyer (STAN) 71-74-145.
Washington Scores: 12. Elisha Au 76-73--149; T16. Kelli Kamimura 74-77--151; T25. Paola Bellotti 80-73-153; T46. Andrea Cordova 79-83--162; 50. Jennifer Stapleton 85-78-163.