Washington Women's Golf Bound For New Mexico State
Oct. 28, 1999
COMING UP: The Washington women's golf team heads to Las Cruces, New Mexico early next week for the 1999 Diet Coke-Roadrunner Invitational. The three-day, 54-hole event takes place Nov. 1-3 at the par 72, 6,117 yard New Mexico State University Golf Course. Tee times for the 22-team field run from 7 a.m. to 9:40 a.m. Monday and Tuesday. The final round will feature an 8:00 am shotgun start Wednesday morning.
THE FIELD: The 23rd-ranked Huskies will be the lone representatives from the Pac-10 in the 22-team tournament. Washington, New Mexico State, New Mexico and Oklahoma State lead the way as ranked entrants in the field. Washington's Elisha Au and Oklahoma State's Maria Boden are the lone ranked individuals in the competition. The teams are as follows: Baylor, Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Denver, Idaho, Kansas, Kansas State, Lamar, Missouri, No. 22 New Mexico, No. 14 New Mexico State, Oklahoma, No. 16 Oklahoma State (No. 14 Maria Boden), Southern Methodist, Texas A&M, Texas El-Paso, Texas Tech, No. 23 Washington (No. 25 Elisha Au), Wichita State, Wyoming. Rankings are based on the Oct. 6 MasterCard Collegiate Golf Poll.
THE LINEUP: Here is a look at the tentative lineup for UW:
Coach: Husky alumnus Mary Lou Mulflur enters her 17th season as head of the Washington women's golf program.
LAST WEEK: Washington finished 11th after shooting a team total 913 at the Stanford Intercollegiate. Tulsa claimed first place with a score of 879 after three rounds. Pepperdine finished three strokes behind for second place. Leading all individuals was Tulsa's Stacy Prammanasudh, taking 210 strokes in three days over the par 72, 6,154 yard course. Washington sophomore Kelli Kamimura fired a final round 71, the lowest Husky mark of the tournament, to finish in a tie for 10th place with a total of 220. Elisha Au, who entered the day in fourth place, finished 13th at 221, after shooting 77 in her final round.
Stanford Intercollegiate Results
Team Standings: 1. Tulsa 879, 2. Pepperdine 882, 3. Arizona State 885, 4. New Mexico State 888, 5. Arizona 890, 6. San Jose State 896, 7. Stanford 900, 8T. New Mexico, California, Indiana 912, 11. WASHINGTON 913, 12. Texas A&M 914, 13. UCLA 925, 14. Oregon State 926, 15. Washington State 928, 16T. Texas Tech, Oregon 931, 18. Southern Methodist 952. Top 5 Individuals: 1.Stacy Prammanasudh (Tulsa) 73-66-71--210, 2. Tamie Durdin (Pepperdine) 73-69-72--214, T3. Mariam Nagl (Ariz. St) 72-73-71--216, Jenny Glasgow (Pepperdine) 71-74-71--216, Ryley Webb (New Mex) 75-72-69--216.
Washington Finishers: 10T. Kelli Kamimura 73-76-71--220, 13T. Elisha Au 75-69-77--221, 61T. Louise Friberg 76-79-79--234, 77. Andrea Cordova 79-83-77--239, 93T. Megan Sanders 83-82-84--249.