Women's Golf Drops to Sixth Place after Second Round

PURDUESPORTSDOTCOM
PURDUESPORTSDOTCOM

PURDUESPORTSDOTCOM

November 2, 1998

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - After finishing the first day of competition just eight strokes off the pace, the Purdue Boilermakers struggled at the Memphis Women's Intercollegiate Golf Tournament shooting a 318. The Boilers shot a 302 on Sunday on the very demanding and lengthy Windyke Country Club Course to stand in second place. That effort on Monday puts them in sixth place, 16 shots behind the leader after the second round of competition hosted by Memphis University. Angela Blythe continues to play well, as the senior is in fourth place, three strokes behind the leader, Natalie Tucker of Memphis. Blythe shot a 78 on Monday to put her at 150 (+6) for the tournament.

The 15-team field is led by the University of Alabama, who stand at 604 (+28) for the tournament. Purdue has one other golfer in the top 25, junior Stacey Orschell is tied for 16th place at 155 (+11). Freshman Christy Rittenhouse is tied for 32nd, while junior Andrea Quandt and senior Lisa Kenley are tied for 36th, respectively. The third and final round begins tomorrow morning. This is the final match of the fall season for the Boilermakers.

Angela Blythe		72-78=150
Stacey Orschell 	78-77=155
Andrea Quandt		77-81=158
Christy Rittenhouse	77-82=159
Lisa Kenley             76-83=159