Arizona Daily Wildcat
The Arizona women's golf team placed sixth this weekend at the 32nd annual Stanford Women's Intercollegiate Tournament held in Palo Alto, Calif.
The 10th-ranked Wildcats finished with a 54-hole total of 906. No. 1 San Jose State and No. 8 UCLA both tied for first at 889, while Arizona State finished third at 897 and Stanford fourth at 905.
The Wildcats' shot a 301 for both the first and second rounds, and were in fifth heading into the final round. But on the third day, Arizona shot a 307 for sixth place.
In the individual rankings, Vibeke Stensrud of San Jose State and Mhairi McKay of Stanford tied for first place, each shooting a 215.
Arizona was led by freshman Maria Baena, who recorded her third top 10 finish of the year, shooting a 219 for seventh place. Freshman Krissie Register, who finished ninth at the Dick McGuire Invitational, tied for 18th at 226.
The women's golf team will next travel to Hilton Head, S.C., to compete in the Golf World Invitational Nov. 10-12.
Ÿ Jacinda Sweet
UA tennis player Vicky Maes advanced to the third round of the International Tennis Association All-American Championships, but had to withdraw due to soreness in her Achilles tendon.
Maes withdrew from the tournament, held in Pacific Palisades, Calif., to avoid further injury.
She advanced to the third round by first defeating Tennessee's Margie Lepsi in straight sets 6-2, 6-4, and then following that with a 6-4, 6-3 victory over Melissa Zimpeer of Wisconsin.
Junior Stephanie Sammaritano also represented Arizona at the tournament.
Sammaritano lost in the opening round to third-seeded Jill Craybas of Florida 6-1, 6-2.
The next tournament will take place on Nov. 8-12 at the ITA Rolex Regionals.
Ÿ Julie Shiroma
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