Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
Women's Golf Tied for Fourth at Pac-10 Conference Championships
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: April 24, 2007
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SEATTLE, Wash. ?- The No. 15 Arizona women’s golf team is currently tied for fourth place after one round of play at the Pac-10 Conference Championships, hosted by the University of Washington.  The tournament is being held at the Broadmoor Golf Course, which stretches 6,196 yards and is a par-72.


The Wildcats carded a 309 (+21) on Monday to tie with Stanford, 12 strokes behind tournament leader Arizona State.  Southern Cal and UCLA are in second and third place respectively.


Arizona State’s Anna Nordqvist, who is ranked as the No. 2 women’s golfer according to the Sagarin/Golfweek Performance Index, leads the field after carding a four-under par 68 in the first round.


Individually for the Wildcats, junior Alison Walshe is tied for ninth with a score of 75 (+3).  The Westford, Mass., product led the squad with four birdies in the first round.


Sophomore Adriana Zwanck is two strokes behind Walshe, carding a five-over par 77 on Monday to stand in a tie for 15th place.  Zwanck was close behind Walshe in the birdie count, as she carded three during the first round.  Fellow sophomore Amanda Wilson is one stroke behind Zwanck and is tied for 17th place after one round of play.


Junior Mary Jacobs is tied for 23rd after carding a 79 (+7) on Monday.


Freshman Emily Mason shot an 84 (+12) in the first round to stand in 44th place.


The tournament continues tomorrow, with a second round tee time scheduled for 9 a.m. PST.


Live statistics are available on


Top Five Teams

1.  Arizona State             297 (+9)

2.  Southern Cal              303 (+15)

3.  UCLA                        305 (+17)

T4. Stanford                    309 (+21)

      ARIZONA                 309 (+21)


Arizona Individual Finishes

T9.   Alison Walshe        75 (+3)

T15. Adriana Zwanck      77 (+5)

T17. Amanda Wilson      78 (+6)

T23. Mary Jacobs           79 (+7)

44.   Emily Mason          84 (+12)