Women's Golf Tied for Third After Two Rounds at Chip-N Club Invitational
Sept. 16, 2002
Lincoln, Neb. - The K-State women's golf team is tied for third place after two round of the Chip-N Club Invitational in Lincoln, Neb. at the par 72, 5,989-yard Wilderness Ridge Golf Club. The Wildcats posted a 615 (311-304) on the opening day.
"Today was a mix of good and bad," head coach Kristi Knight said. "This morning we had too many doubles and we even had some triples. But everyone came back and played solid in the second round. We are in descent position. The team feels good about how it played. We think we have a chance tomorrow."
Junior Christine Boucher led the Wildcats by shooting a three-over-par 147 to tie Laura Wells and Louise Kenney, both of Iowa State, for fourth place. Colorado State is the team leader after two rounds with a score of 607. Iowa State is one shot behind the Rams, shooting a combined 608. Kansas State is tied with host school Nebraska.
Junior transfer Karen Quintelier made her Wildcat debut today. She shot a 154 to place her a four-way tie for 15th place. Three strokes back from Quintelier was senior Elise Carpentier. Carpentier shot a 157 for the Wildcats.
"We have a good shot tomorrow," Knight said. "We will just have to play the course, add up the scores and see how we do."
The third and final round of the Chip-N Club Invitational tees off from the Wilderness Ridge Golf Club Tuesday at 8:30 a.m.
Women's College Golf
Team Results (through 36 holes)
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