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.