Penn State Women's Golf Team Jumps One Spot to Finish 9th at Big Ten Women's Championship
COLUMBUS, Ohio (April 25, 2004) - Sophomore Amber Weinerth (Auburn, N.Y.) provided a spark for the Penn State women's golf team by finishing tied for eighth place to lead Penn State to a tie for ninth place during the Big Ten Women's Championship, held Friday through Sunday at the Scarlet Course on the campus of Ohio State.
Weinerth shot a final round 78 on the par-72 course to help Penn State jump one spot in the standings to finish 313-319-316-318-1266.
Her four-round totals of 78-75-74-78-305 is good for the fourth-best 72-hole score in Penn State history.
Ohio State won the championship with 301-299-306-293-1199, Indiana (308-297-299-312-1216) was second, Michigan State (304-317-307-299-1227) was third, Purdue (305-310-303-313-1231) was fourth and Michigan (312-305-308-318-1243) and Wisconsin (306-305-315-317-1243) finished in a tie for fifth place.
Sophomore Katrin Wolfe (Johnstown, Pa.) took 35th with 78-80-80-82-320 and freshman Maggie Lester (Oswego, N.Y.) scored a team-best 77 during Sunday's final round to finish 41st with 84-82-80-77-323. Junior Nicole Love (Greensburg, Pa.) was 46th with 75-87-82-82-326, sophomore Lauren Lundy (Wayne, Pa.) was 54th with 85-84-83-81-333 and freshman Evelyn Paik (Toronto, Ontario) was 61st with 82-82-85-89-338.
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