Oct. 22, 2006
UCLA sophomore Ryann O'Toole led the sixth ranked women's golf team to an eighth place tie at the Stanford Intercollegiate, which concluded Sunday afternoon.
The Bruins posted a team score of 290 (+6) and tied with New Mexico at 884 (=32). Vanderbilt won the event, firing a final round score of 275 (-9) for a 54-hole total of 855 (+3). Arizona placed second at 860 (+8), followed by top-ranked Georgia at 862 (+10), Stanford at 863 (+11) and San Jose State at 877 (+25).
O'Toole tied for 17th place at 217 (+4) after posting a 75 (+4) on Sunday. Freshman Sydnee Michaels and sophomore Tiffany Joh tied for 32nd at eight-over par 221. Joh fired a two-under par 69 and Michaels posted a 73 (+2). Senior Hannah Jun tied for 43rd at 225 (+12) following a 74 (+3) and freshman Lalita Bonnoppornkul placed 71st at 242 (+24) after signing for an 80 (+9).
Arkansas' Stacey Lewis and Arizona's Alison Walshe tied for medalist honors at 207 (-6). Both players carded 69s (-2) in the final round.
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