Oct. 25, 2010
TUCSON – After one round of play, the No. 11 University of Arizona Wildcat women’s golf team sits in a tie for third at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown. The three-round event is being played at the Boulder Creek Golf Course (par 72/6,329 yards).
“Conditions were difficult today and our girls struggled early in the wind,” assistant coach Justin Silverstein said. “Coach Ianello and I are happy with the way our team grinded it out but we have our work cut out for us the rest of the week. Hats off to Arkansas for one of best tournament rounds we’ve seen in college golf.”
As a team, the squad carded a 295 (+7) for a tie for third. Arkansas leads the team race with a 277 (-11) after day one. Washington sits at second (294/+6) and Louisville shares third place with the Wildcats.
No. 54 junior Isabelle Boineau was Arizona’s top finisher on Monday. She scored an even par 72. No. 44 junior Margarita Ramos sits at tied for 14th after scoring a 73 (+1). Arizona’s third golfer was junior Nikki Koller at tied for 24th (74/+2). No. 41 senior Alejandra Llaneza is tied for 44th after the first round. She scored at 76 (+4). Sophomore Kyndall Ardoin was Arizona’s fifth golfer in a tie for 73rd (79/+7).
Competing as an individual, freshman Haley Andreas finished tied for 89th with a score of 82 (+10).
The second round of the tournament will start at 9 a.m. on Tuesday. For complete results from the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown, visit golfstat.com.