Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
Women's Golf Tied For 10th at Stanford Intercollegiate
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: October 17, 2004
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STANFORD, Calif. - The Arizona women's golf team slipped Saturday into a tie with Texas at 10th after its second round of competition at the Stanford-Pepsi Intercollegiate in Palo Alto, Calif.


                The Wildcats shot a 36-over-par 596 to trail leader Arizona State by 32 strokes after the Sun Devils shot a 4-over-par 564. Pepperdine (575) and UCLA (576) are in second and third, respectively.  Washington slipped to fourth by shooting 18-over-par 578 to occupy fourth. Host Stanford rounds out the top-five at 580.


                Individually, junior Cassandra Kirkland is tied with Arizona State’s Louise Stahle in second at three-under-par 137. The second round score was the native of Saint-Nom-La-Breteche, France’s Arizona career low round.


                Senior Miriam Kraschinski is tied for 41st after carding a 9-over-par 149. Junior Whitney Welch is tied for 55th place after shooting 12-over-par 152. Senior Mar Garcia is tied for 89th at 19-over-par 158. Competing Individually for Arizona, sophomore Rachel Gavin is in 89th after firing 26-over-par 166.


                Due to persistent back pain, junior Lani Elston withdrew Saturday from competition. The Spokane, Wash. native scored an 80 in Friday’s first round. Elston had success at the Wildcat’s last tournament in Nashville, Tenn.  where the 5-7 junior finished tied for 16th after a season-low round of 72 in the final day. 


                The Wildcats will tee off in Sunday’s final round beginning at 8 a.m. (PST) shot-gun start. The Stanford-Pepsi Intercollegiate is being held at Stanford Golf Course located on the Stanford campus. The course is par 70 over 5,853 yards.