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Thursday, May 05, 2005 | Golf
Illinois State Ends Season at NCAA Regional
The Illinois State women’s golf team finished in 18th place at the NCAA West Regional, carding a three-round total of 938 (312,309,317).
Junior Samantha Richdale and Ashlie Rose finished the tournament in a tie for 62nd place, each carding a 233. Behind Richdale and Rose were sophomores Chelsea Bach and Hilary Anderson with 239s. Senior Katie Laehn finished the tournament in 98th place with a three-round total of 245.
Heading to the NCAA finals is UCLA and Tennessee who tied for first place (889), in third is California (891), and in fourth is Southern California (892). In fifth is Oklahoma State (898), in a tie for sixth is Brigham Young and UC-Irvine (906), and Stanford comprises the eight-team cut heading to the finals (908).
In ninth is Georgia (911), Oregon is in 10th (913), and tied for 11th is Washington State and UNLV (917). In 13th place is Arizona (922), in 14h is Northwestern (923), and sitting tied for 15th is Colorado State (925). Colorado State is in 16th (925), in 17th in Georgia State (932), and behind the Redbirds in 19th is Oral Roberts (942), in 20th is Denver (944) and Portland comprises the 21-team line (952).