Bruins Tied for 10th after First Round of NCAA Regional

May 5, 2005

The No.2 ranked UCLA women's golf team was tied for 10th place after the first round of the NCAA West Regional at the University Golf Course in Albuquerque, NM.

The Bruins posted a team score of 304 (+16) and were 13 shots off the lead. Tennessee took the first round lead with a score of 291 (+3), followed by USC at 293 (+5). Georgia and Cal were tied for third at 296 (+8) and BYU was fifth at 298 (+10).

UCLA sophomore Hannah Jun, the defending West Regional champion, posted a score of 74 (+2) and was tied for 16th. Freshman Amie Cochran was tied for 32nd at 76 (+4) and senior Melissa Martin and junior Susie Mathews were tied for 45th at 77 (+5). Senior Charlotte Mayorkas was tied for 61st at 78 (+6).

BYU's Rachel Newren and Cal's Sophia Sheridan were tied for first place after posting scores of 69 (-3).

Second round action continues Friday.

For complete results, click here.


EVENT INFORMATION
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Friday, Apr 01
vs. Liz Murphey ...
Athens, GA
1st (-2, 286)
Saturday, Apr 02
vs. Liz Murphey ...
Athens, GA
Story
Sunday, Apr 03
vs. Liz Murphey ...
Athens, GA
2nd in Match Play
Friday, Apr 08
vs. PING/ASU ...
Tempe, AZ
Story
Saturday, Apr 09
vs. PING/ASU ...
Tempe, AZ
Story
Sunday, Apr 10
vs. PING/ASU ...
Tempe, AZ
1st (-12, 852)
Monday, Apr 18
vs. Pac-12 Championships
Pleasanton, CA
Story
Tuesday, Apr 19
vs. Pac-12 Championships
Pleasanton, CA
Story
Wednesday, Apr 20
vs. Pac-12 Championships
Pleasanton, CA
2nd (-15, 849)
Thursday, May 05
vs. NCAA Regionals
Bryan, TX
Story
Friday, May 06
vs. NCAA Regionals
Bryan, TX
Story
Saturday, May 07
vs. NCAA Regionals
Bryan, TX
3rd (+1, 865)
Friday, May 20
vs. NCAA Championships
Eugene, OR
Story
Saturday, May 21
vs. NCAA Championships
Eugene, OR
Story
Sunday, May 22
vs. NCAA Championships
Eugene, OR
Story
Monday, May 23
vs. NCAA Championships
Eugene, OR
1st (-8, 1,144)
Tuesday, May 24
vs. Oregon
Eugene, OR
Won 4-0-1
Tuesday, May 24
vs. Washington
Eugene, OR
Lost 3-1-1
BRUINS ON PAC-12 NETWORKS