Penn State Women's Golf Sits in 11th After First Day of Lady Northern
ANN ARBOR, MICH. (Sept. 11, 2004) - The Penn State women's golf team opened its 2004-05 campaign on Saturday and the Nittany Lions sit in a tie for 11th place after the first day of the Lady Northern, being held at the University of Michigan Golf Course.
Michigan (294-291-585) and Missouri (298-287-585) are tied for first after two rounds at the par-72, 5,966 yard layout. Ohio State is third (290-299-589), Michigan State is fourth (305-291-596) and Purdue rounds out the top five (303-294-597). Penn State fired a two-round total of 626 (310-316).
The Lady Northern will conclude with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start on Sunday, with participants playing in threesomes.
Junior Amber Weinerth (Auburn, N.Y.) leads Penn State with a 75-80-155, which is good for a 38th-place tie. Junior Katrin Wolfe (Johnstown, Pa.) is in 48th with 82-75-157, and sophomore Maggie Lester is tied with her with 76-81-157.
Junior Lauren Lundy (Wayne, Pa.) is in 54th (78-80-158) and sophomore Evelyn Paik (Toronto, Ontario) is in 76th with 81-84-165. Sophomore Christina Kocinski (Mequon, Wisc.) is in 86th with 86-82-168.