September 9, 1998
LARAMIE, Wyo. -
The Wyoming womens golf team finished in 15th place out of 20 teams at the Colorado State Ram Fall Classic played at Ptarmigan Country Club in Fort Collins. Wyoming shot a three-round total of 979. UW was led by junior Jordan Lintz (Rapid City, S.D.), who tied for seventh at 224 -- eight over par. Pepperdine won the tournament at 889. Lisa Chang of Pepperdine was the individual winner at 217 -- one over par.
"Jordan (Lintz) had a fantastic tournament," said Wyoming womens golf coach Jill Johnson. "She finished tied for seventh, and I believe this is going to really kick start her year. Jordan had set a goal of finishing in the Top 10 in this tournament, and Im very happy for her. She could have a great, great year.
"We had a lot of young players competing in this first tournament of the season," Johnson added. "We didnt finish where we would have liked, but I believe this tournament provided us a lot of experience. I hope this will be a good building block for the tournaments to come."
Wyomings other golfers were Jessi Santesson (sophomore from Worland, Wyo.), who shot a 245 to tie for 66th. Tara Ludwig (freshman from Portland, Ore.) shot a 255 to tie for 84th. Sara Northcutt (freshman from Spokane, Wash.) tied for 93rd at 259; and Jana Johnson (sophomore from Buffalo, Wyo.) shot a 266 to tie for 97th.
The next tournament for the Cowgirls is on Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 21 and 22 when they host the Cowgirl Challenge at The Powder Horn in Sheridan, Wyo.