Lady Tigers Take Seventh at C-USA Championship
Go Tigers! Sophomore Stacey Tate led Memphis with a 25th place tie individually at the C-USA Championship while being named to the All-Conference Third Team.
Go Tigers!
Sophomore Stacey Tate led Memphis with a 25th place tie individually at the C-USA Championship while being named to the All-Conference Third Team.
Go Tigers!

April 20, 2005

Results

GERMANTOWN, Tenn. - The University of Memphis finished seventh out of 10 at the Conference USA Women's Golf Championship on Wednesday at the Germantown Country Club.

The Lady Tigers shot a final round 329 to finish 311-321-329--961 in the three-day tournament. Memphis finished 11 strokes ahead of eight place UAB and six shots behind sixth place Southern Miss.

Sophomore Stacey Tate led Memphis with an 80-76-83--239 to place in a 25th tie individually. Meghan Mahoney shot a third round team low 7-over 79 to finish 28th with a 79-82-79--240 total. Kathryn O'Rourke finished 30th (74-83-85--242), Cameron Barber took 31st and Bernie Rosero ended in a tie for 41st place (78-88-8--252).

Tulane (298-306-294--898) overcame a nine-stroke deficit after round two to beat TCU (294-301-308--903) by five shots for the conference championship. The Green Wave's Liliana Alvarez scored a tournament low 3-under 69 in the final round and teammate Alison Walshe shot a 1-under 71 to help Tulane come from behind for the win. Walshe captured medalist honors with a 2-under 73-70-71--214, breaking the conference championship three-round individual record. Walshe led second place Stacey Bieber (71-74-78--223) of TCU by nine strokes.

After the tournament ended, the C-USA All-Conference awards were named with Tate selected to the Third Team. Walshe took Player of the Year honors, while Tulane's Sue Bower was selected as the conference Coach of the Year.

 FINAL RESULTS           2005 C-USA Women's Championship
                         Germantown CC            Germantown, TN
                         Dates: 04/18 - 04/20     (Today:04-20-2005)
                                   Par:        72
                                   Yardage:  6178

Fin. Top 20 Teams Scores 1 Tulane University 298 306 294 898 2 TCU 294 301 308 903 3 USF 298 309 302 909 4 East Carolina Univ. 313 311 308 932 5 Louisville, Univ. of 319 308 318 945 6 Southern Mississippi 309 325 321 955 7 Memphis, Univ. of 311 321 329 961 8 UAB 321 331 320 972 9 Cincinnati, U. of 332 326 322 980 10 St. Louis University 358 378 362 1098

Fin. Top 20 Players School Scores 1 Alison Walshe Tulane 73 70 71 214 2 Stacey Bieber TCU 71 74 78 223 3 Liliana Alvarez Tulane 74 81 69 224 Christina Jones USF 73 77 74 224 5 Drae Ward TCU 75 74 76 225 6 Daniella Ronderos USF 77 77 73 227 7 Mary Ellen Jacobs Tulane 74 77 77 228 8 Adrienne White Louisville 72 78 79 229 Catherine Matranga TCU 79 75 75 229 10 Hillery Wilson Cincinnati 76 79 75 230 11 Heidi Helliesen E Carolina 76 78 77 231 Fernanda Rivera USF 70 80 81 231 13 Adrienne Millican E Carolina 79 76 77 232 Meghan Little Louisville 81 73 78 232 Camille Blackerby TCU 75 78 79 232 Lindsay Hulwick Tulane 77 78 77 232 17 Kylene Pulley USF 78 77 78 233 Amanda Smith USF 78 78 77 233 Elin Emanuelsson TCU 73 81 79 233 20 Emelie Lind E Carolina 79 79 76 234

7 Memphis, Univ. of 311 321 329 961 T 25 Stacey Tate 80 76 83 239 28 Meghan Mahoney 79 82 79 240 30 Kathryn O'Rourke 74 83 85 242 31 Cameron Barber 81 80 82 243 T 41 Bernie Rosero 78 88 86 252


 

 

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