Tulsa Women Golfers in Fourth Place at Edean Ihlanfeldt
Oct. 10, 2000
The Tulsa golfers used a one-under par 71 from junior two-time All-American Stacy Prammanasudh on the first day of the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational. Tulsa finished the first 18 holes in fourth-place after a team round of 306.
Tulsa trails first-place Southern Cal by 14 strokes, as the Trojans carded a four-over par 292. However, second-place Pepperdine has just a two-stroke advantage over the Hurricane. Rounding out the top-10 is host Washington (305), Tulsa and UCLA (306), Stanford (307), Arizona State (311), Oregon (312) and California and San Jose State (314).
Prammanasudh carded rounds of 36-35 for her one-under par round, and trails co-leaders Stephanie Keever of Stanford and USC's Nicole Dalkas by one stroke. Tulsa freshman Julie Tvede turned in a 15th place performance of four-over par 76 after the first round. Sophomore Maiko Senda, who recovered from a front nine 41 to a five-stroke improvement of 36 on the back nine, is one shot behind Tvede at 77.
The tournament will resume with 18 holes on Tuesday, and conclude
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