Women's golf team in eleventh after second round of Spartan Invitational.

Monterey Calif--The BYU women's golf team is in eleventh place after the second round of the San Jose State University Spartan Invitational in Monterey California.

Wet conditions in Monterey caused the first round of the Spartan Invitational to be postponed on Monday. Tuesday brought a strong field of four top twenty teams and soggy course conditions which contributed heavily to a struggling cougar short game.

"I didn't think we were playing that bad, our approach shots were just inconsistent and several four to five foot putts bounced out of the hole, but we were driving the ball extremely well," BYU head coach Gary Howard said.

Carrie Summerhays struggled with the putter posting a first round score of 76 followed by Nicole Parry's first round score of 80. "We have got to get off to a better start and stop spotting other teams big first round leads," said Coach Howard.

Second round scores showed a definite improvement with Nicole Parry and Adrianne Gibby both shooting 77.

"If the weather permits us to play tomorrow, I am confident that we'll move up in the standings" Howard said.

BYU SCORES FIRST AND SECOND ROUNDS

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Carrie Summerhays 76 80

Nicole Parry 80 77

Fenstermaker-Pierce 83 85

Adrianne Gibby 84 77

Teal Thorn 84 81

FINAL RESULTS AFTER FIRST ROUND

1 San Jose State Univ 299

2 Tulsa, U of. 300

3 Arizona State U. 303

4 Tulane University 304

5 Oklahoma State Univ. 306

6 Vanderbilt Univ. 306

7 Washington State U. 309

8 San Francisco U. of 312

9 Washington U. of 315

10 Hawaii Univ. of 318

11 Northern Arizona U. 321

12 Brigham Young Univ. 323

13 Portland State Univ. 331

14 Santa Clara Univ. 340