SDSU Women's Golf 13th After First Two Rounds of Season

Sept. 17, 2012

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - Playing in its first tournament of the 2012-13 season, the San Diego State women's golf team sit alone in 13th place, posting scores of 304 (+12) and 305 (+13) at the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational on Monday in Albuquerque, N.M.

UNLV leads the 14-team event with a 4-over 588 (293-295). The Rebels are followed by Ohio State (590, 6+), Iowa State (591, +7), Baylor (592, +8) and Northwestern (594, +10).

Freshman Emma Henrikson (Malmo, Sweden) made an impressive collegiate debut as she sits tied for 14th place, leading all Aztecs at 147 (+1). Henrikson was followed by last year's Mountain West Golfer of the Year Christine Wong (Richmond, B.C.), whose 151 (78-72) has her at 5-over and in a tie for 36th.

Sophomore Kristina Lynn (Carlsbad, Calif.) (77-76 - 153, +7) was tied for 46th while senior Gina Clark (Murrieta, Calif.) (76-82 - 158, +12) and junior Maureen Dunnagan (Lexigton, S.C.) (80-82 - 162, +16) finished Monday in 72nd and tied for 81st, respectively.

SDSU will play its final round of the Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire tomorrow (Tuesday). Live stats are available at www.golfstat.com.

Branch Law Firm/Dick McGuire Invitational
Univ. of New Mexico Championship Course - Albuquerque, N.M.
Par-73, 6,192

Team Scoring (after two rounds)
(Top five of 14 and SDSU results only)
1. UNLV: 293-295 - - 588 (+4)
2. Ohio State: 293-297 - - 590 (+6)
3. Iowa State: 295-296 - - 591 (+7)
4. Baylor: 298-294 - -592 (+8)
5. Northwestern: 298-296 - - 594 (+10)
13. San Diego State: 304-305 - - 609 (+25)

Individual Results - 93 Golfers
(Top five and SDSU results listed only)
1. Jennifer Coleman (Colorado): 70-70 - - 140 (-6)
2. Grace Na (Pepperdine): 71-71 - - 142 (-4)
3. Rachel Rohanna (Ohio State): 71-72 - - 143 (-3)
4. Three tied at - 144 (-2)
T14. Emma Henrikson (SDSU): 73-74 - - 147 (+1)
T36. Christine Wong (SDSU): 78-73 - - 151 (+5)
T46. Kristina Lynn (SDSU): 77-76 - - 153 (+7)
72. Gina Clark (SDSU): 76-82 - - 158 (+12)
T81. Maureen Dunnagan (SDSU): 80-82 - - 162 (+16)