Kansas Women's Golf Claims Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Tournament
Oct. 2, 2007
MANHATTAN, Kan. — A thunderstorm forced the cancellation of the final round of the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower women’s golf tournament here Tuesday so Kansas claimed the tournament title as the 36-hole leader after Monday’s two rounds.<?xml:namespace prefix=”o” ns=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office”?>
The team championship was the first for KU since winning this same tournament last season.
Camilla Svensson was KU’s top finisher, tying for fourth at three-over par 147. Teammates Meghan Bal and Grace Thiry tied for seventh with totals of 149, but were playing as individuals and their scores did not count towards KU’s team score.
The Jayhawks held a two shot margin over <?xml:namespace prefix=”st1″ ns=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags”?>Missouri after the first two rounds on Monday. KU opened the tournament with a 302, which trailed only host KansasState (299) in the morning. In the afternoon, the Jayhawks fired a tournament-best 298 for a 600 total, while KSU slipped to a 306.
Missouri shot 303-299 for a 602 score, while TexasState and KansasState tied for third at 605 in the 13-team tournament.
Svensson, a sophomore, who was playing in her first tournament of the year, shot a 75 in the morning and an even-par 72 in the afternoon to finish at 147. Julia Potter of Missouri claimed medalist honors with a one-under par total of 143.
Bal and Thiry shot identical scores of 74-75 for 149 totals.
Joining Svensson in the lineup were Emily Powers, who tied for 11th after shooting a 73 in the final round for a 150 total, Annie Giangrosso, who shot 73-78 for a 151 total and a tie for 15th, Meghan Gockel (78-75–153, tie for 19th) and Jennifer Clarke (77-80–157, tie for 31st).
The Jayhawks will continue their season at the Price’s Give’em Intercollegiate at Las Cruces, N.M. Oct. 15-17.
Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Women’s Golf Tournament
1 Kansas 302-298–600
2 Missouri 303-299–602
T3 TexasState 302-303–605
T3 KansasState 299-306–605
5 Arkansas-Little Rock 307-299–606
6 Nebraska 303-310–613
7 Illinois State 313-302–615
8 Southern Mississippi 308-320–628
9 Redlands CC 319-315–634
10 Evansville 318-318–636
11 North Texas 327-315–642
12 Wichita State 318-328–646
13 Creighton 327-325–652
1 Julia Potter Missouri 70-73–143
2 Sara Wikstrom AR-L. Rock 74-70–144
3 Kali Quick Kansas St. 73-73–146
T4 Camilla Svensson Kansas 75-72–147
T4 Lin Gustafssib TexasSt. 75-72–147
6 Mallory Fraiche AR-L. Rock 76-72–148
T7 *Meghna Bal Kansas 74-75–149
T7 *Grace Thiry Kansas 74-75–149
T7 Chelsea Schriewer Missouri 76-73–149
T7 Stacey Miller Ill. St. 73-76–149
* – played as individuals
Other Kansas Individuals
T11 Emily Powers 77-73–150
T15 Annie Giangrosso 73-78–151
T19 Meghan Gockel 78-75–153
T31 Jennifer Clark 77-80–157
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