Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
UA Takes Fourth As Weather Washes Out Final Round
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: June 22, 2004
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TULSA Okla. (May 22)- After a two-hour thunderstorm and lightning delay, the fourth and final round of the 1999 NCAA Women's Golf Championships was canceled today, and as a result, the third round results stand as the final results. Arizona was in fourth place heading into the day.

Prior to the time today's round was canceled, the Wildcats were in third place after completing 16 holes of play. When play was suspended, Arizona was at 63-over-par and trailed first place Duke by eight shots and second place Arizona State by six. Individually, Jenna Daniels had moved up to eighth place at 8-over-par and Krissie Register was in 11th at 15-over-par.

"We were probably going to shoot the lowest round of the day and that would have put us in a good position," Arizona head coach Todd McCorkle said. "Obviously, we were disappointed that the round was canceled."

Duke won the team competition at 895 and Arizona State's Grace Park captured the individual medalist honors at 1-under-par 212.

Third Round Results That Will Stand As Final Results

Team Scores

       1   Duke University    288-309-298--895 
     T 2   Georgia            301-303-299--903 
     T 2   Arizona State      300-309-294--903 
       4.  Arizona            305-307-292--904
       5   Pepperdine         302-301-308--911
Arizona Individual Finishes
    T  7   Jenna Daniels         76-76-72--224 
    T  7   Krissie Register      76-74-74--224 
    T 21   Christina Monteiro    76-80-72--228 
    T 35   Jill Gomric           77-77-77--231 
      47.  Cristina Baena        79-80-74--233