K-State Women Fall To Sixth Place After Two Rounds At Big 12
April 22, 2003
Columbia, Mo. - Kansas State fell to sixth place after day two at the Women's Golf Big 12 Championship at the Country Club of Missouri. The Wildcats, who were in fifth place yesterday, shot a round 310 to give them a combined score of 622 (312-310) heading into Wednesday's third and final round.
"We didn't get four scores today," head coach Kristi Knight said. "But it is still close. We have put ourselves in a position to have our best finish at the Big 12."
Missouri led all teams after the second round. The Tigers' two rounds scores of 304-300-604 put them one stroke ahead of nationally ranked No. 3 Oklahoma State (309-296-605). Nebraska's Sarah Sasse is the leader among individuals. She has a two-round total of 148 (74-74).
The 'Cats were led by senior Miranda Smith. Smith, who shot the best round of the day, tied her career-low round, shooting a 71 to tie for second place (78-71-149).
"Miranda made a lot of birdies today,"said Knight. "She made some great putts. Although she left some shots out there, she had a great round."
Junior Christine Boucher is tied for 18th place. She shot a 77 today to give her a two-round total of 155 (78-77). Sophomore Stephanie Limoges shot an 80 today to finish in 27th place (77-80-157). Junior Karen Quintelier shot an 82 to post a combined score of 161 (79-82) and is tied for 38th place. Sophomore Sarah Heffel is tied for 44th place, with a combined score of 164 (80-84).
The Big 12 Championship wraps up Wednesday. The field plays 18 holes, starting at 8 a.m.
Kansas State Women's Golf
Team Results (after two rounds)
Top Five Individuals