Women's Golfers Tied for 10th After First Round at Arizona Invitational
Feb. 22, 2000
The UCLA women's golf team was tied for 10th place after recording an 18-hole team score of 298 in the Arizona Invitational at Randolph Park.
The Bruins trailed first place Stanford, which posted a four-under par team score of 284. Top-ranked Duke was second at 289, followed by Arizona at 290 and Arizona State at 291. Immediately in front of UCLA was ninth place Washington at 297. USC and New Mexico State were tied for seventh at 294.
Duke's Beth Bauer fired a five-under par 67 to take the first round lead over Stanford's Kim Rowton, who shot a 68. San Jose State's Jessica Krantz was third at 69.
Individually for UCLA, senior Amanda Moltke-Leth, junior Laura Moffat and sophomore Alicia Um were all tied for 26th with first round 74s. Freshman Bridget Dwyer, playing in her first collegiate tournament, carded a 76 and was tied for 47th. Freshman Jamie Kim was tied for 83rd after shooting an 80
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