K-State Women's Golf Finishes 10th at Big 12 Invitational
Oct. 2, 2001
Stillwater, Okla. - The No. 47-ranked Kansas State women's golf team shot rounds of 319-318-330--967 for a 10th-place finish Tuesday at the Big 12 Invitational in Stillwater, Okla.
Sophomore Christine Boucher, who was tied for fourth place after the first day with rounds of 71 and 75, shot an 83 Tuesday and fell into a tie for 10th place with a three-round total of 229. Senior Edie Murdoch shot rounds of 82-77-82--241 to tie for 36th, while freshman Sarah Heffel finished 47th with scores of 82-81-85--248. Juniors Miranda Smith and Elise Carpentier both improved on Monday's rounds and jumped to tie for 64th and 69th places, respectively.
The 16-team invitational, played at the par-72, 6,024-yard Karsten Creek Golf Course, included every Big 12 school and four non-conference teams. Six of the teams are ranked in the top 25 nationally by Golfstat.
Host Oklahoma State won the tournament with a score of 908. Ohio State shot 923 to place second, and Northwestern placed third with a 927. Among Big 12 teams, K-State had the sixth-best score.
No. 8-ranked Tulsa's Stacy Prammanasudh won the individual title with a 54-hole score of 213, 10 strokes lower than Oklahoma State's Christi Cano, who placed second.
The Kansas State women's golf team will be back in action October 14-16 at the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational played at Alvamar Golf Course in Lawrence, Kan.