Women's Golf
Nevada Tied for Fourth at the Price's Give 'Em Five Intercollegiate


Nevada has two players in the top 20 after the first day.


Nevada has two players in the top 20 after the first day.

Oct. 8, 2012

LAS CRUCES, NM - The University of Nevada women's golf team got off to a hot start at The Price's "Give `Em Five" Intercollegiate. The Wolf Pack is tied for fourth at nine-over 297.

The Wolf Pack has two players in the top 20 after day one of the three-day tournament. Nevada heads into the second round on Tuesday tied for fourth with Mountain West conference member Colorado State at the 13-team tournament, hosted by New Mexico State.

Freshman Caryn Khoo lead the way for The Pack with a one-under 71 for the first round and is tied for third in the individual standings. Sophomore Nikki Prichard is also in the top 20 with a 2-over 74 and is tied for 17th.  Senior Louise Yi shot a three-over 75 and is tied for 22nd. Freshman Carly Simpson and sophomore Bethany Wurster both shot a five-over 77 and are tied for 38th.

The University of Idaho is in the lead with a two-over 290. Nevada leads host New Mexico State by two shots.

Nevada will play the 18-hole second round on Tuesday at the 7078 yard New Mexico State Golf course.


 

 

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