May 21-24, NCAA Championships
Ohio State's Scarlet Course, Upper Arlington, Ohio
The Lady Frogs finished in 12th place 41 shots behind the leader Arizona State.
|Angela Stanford (25)||77||75||75||72||299|
|Amanda Workman (49)||78||77||78||73||306|
|Shannon Fisher (56)||82||77||73||76||308|
|Susan Horton (66)||83||76||76||76||311|
|Dana Schmid (79)||79||83||77||77||316|
May 9-11, NCAA Regionals
at Randolph Park GC, Tucson, AZ
The Lady Frogs finished in 7th place to advance to the NCAA Championships, 24 shots behind the leader Arizona State. Angela Stanford finished in 10th place.
|Angela Stanford (10)||73||71||71||215||-1|
|Susan Horton (28)||76||73||73||222||+6|
|Dana Schmid (51)||75||74||78||227||+11|
|Amanda Workman (58)||77||78||74||229||+13|
|Shannon Fisher (69)||78||75||77||230||+14|
Apr 21-23, WAC Championships
at Bent Tree CC, Dallas, TX
The Lady Frogs finished in 4th place (936), 44 shots behind the winner, San Jose State (892). Angela Stanford finished in 8th place at +10 (226), 6 shots behind Marcie Hedberg of San Jose State.
|Angela Stanford (8)||77||74||75||226||+10|
|Susan Horton (16)||76||79||79||234||+18|
|Amanda Workman (22)||80||80||78||238||+22|
|Dana Schmid (22)||81||81||76||238||+22|
|Shannon Fisher (38)||84||81||85||250||+34|
Apr 4-6, Ping/Arizona State Invitational
The Lady Frogs finished in 5th place (918), 38 shots behind the winner, Arizona (880). Angela Stanford finished in 8th place at +7 (223), 12 shots behind Marisa Baena.
|Angela Stanford (8)||75||75||73||223||+7|
|Susan Horton (16)||78||78||71||227||+11|
|Amanda Workman (39)||77||77||79||233||+17|
|Shannon Fisher (45)||77||80||78||235||+19|
|Dana Schmid (70)||85||80||80||245||+29|
April 2 - Angela Stanford is the 19th ranked player in the nation.
Mar 25-27, Rainbow Wahine Invitational
The Lady Frogs finished in a tie for 4th, 30 shots behind the winner, San Jose State. Angela Stanford finished in 11th (234).
|Angela Stanford (11)||80||75||79||234||+18|
|Shannon Fisher (17)||79||81||77||237||+21|
|Amanda Workman (20)||77||82||79||238||+22|
|Susan Horton (38t)||82||76||86||244||+28|
|Dana Schmid (38t)||83||78||83||244||+28|
Mar 14-16, Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic
Great Hills GC, Austin, TX
(3/16) As Angela Stanford walked up the fairway on the final hole of the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic on Sunday at Great Hills Golf Club, her thoughts were on how she would apologize for letting down her teammates.
Even if she parred the hole, she would still get dusted by her two playing partners in the event's final group, giving up valuable strokes to North Carolina and host Texas in the team battle.
"I thought I was in deep trouble because I shot a 78," the Texas Christian freshman said. "I thought I was really going to have to eat it on the way home."
Crow. Stanford was ready for the family-sized portion.
Sure enough, when her 2-foot putt dropped to give her a par, her teammates began screaming.
In pure, unmitigated joy.
Stanford's 78 wasn't among the top rounds of the day, but it was just what the Horned Frogs needed, allowing them to hold off a fierce final-round charge by Duke by one stroke. The dark-horse Frogs, ranked 32nd in the country, shot a 54-hole total of 938 (par 876).
Duke, looking for back-to-back Rawls titles, surged from five strokes behind second-round leader North Carolina to take second, one stroke ahead of the Tar Heels and two ahead of the Longhorns.
Texas senior Heather Bowie, who led the medalist race through the first two days, had trouble with her putting and shot a 76, allowing UNC's Marcy Newton to turn a two-shot deficit into a two-shot win.
"My putter bro ... just let me down today," said Bowie, who three-putted three of five holes around the turn.
Sophomore Shannon Fisher of Westwood High School shot a final-round 74 to pace the Frogs.
She and her teammates knew the importance of Stanford's finish -- but they weren't letting on.
"We were trying to look as normal as we could," Fisher said.
"I would've been a nervous wreck coming up 18 if I'd known," Stanford said. "I was completely clueless. ... When they started screaming after the par putt, I almost fell over."
(3/15) North Carolina, posting four of the 16 lowest scores Saturday, roared from 14 strokes back to take a one-shot lead over Texas Christian and host Texas at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Classic.
TCU, which has banked on consistency -- no score lower than 76 or higher than 82 -- and its short game, is looking for its second tournament win of the season in today's final round.
"We knew we could be this good,'' said Coach Angie Ravaioli- Larkin. ''But I think we're shaking a few people up.''
|Angela Stanford (5)||76||76||78||230||+14|
|Shannon Fisher (16t)||82||80||74||236||+20|
|Susan Horton (16t)||78||78||80||236||+20|
|Amanda Workman (29)||79||82||81||242||+26|
|Dana Schmid (33)||86||78||79||243||+27|
Mar 7-9, Spartan Invitational
Fort Ord-Bayonet GC, San Jose, CA
(3/9) The Lady Frogs finished in 9th place at the Spartan Invitational. Angela Stanford finished in 7th.
|Angela Stanford (7)||78||76||78||232||+10|
|Amanda Workman (28t)||82||82||79||243||+21|
|Shannon Fisher (28t)||82||81||80||243||+21|
|Dana Schmid (49)||82||83||83||248||+26|
|Susan Horton (68)||88||86||81||255||+33|
Feb 24 & 25, Texas A&M Monica Welsh Classic, Pebble Creek C.C. (2/25) The Lady Frogs finished 2nd (938) at the Texas A&M Bookstore Welsh Memorial, 8 shots behind LSU. The Lady Frogs led after the first two rounds. Freshman sensation Angela Stanford won the individual competition with a 224 (+8). Amanda Workman finished 2nd, three shots back.
|Angela Stanford (1)||74||71||79||224||+8|
|Amanda Workman (2)||74||72||81||227||+11|
|Susan Horton (10)||74||77||85||236||+20|
|Shannon Fisher (48)||83||84||87||254||+38|
|Ashley Huffman (68)||89||81||91||261||+45|
Oct 28-29, SDSU Fall Classic, Carlton Oaks C.C. (10/29) The Lady Frogs finished 5th (971) at the SDSU Fall Classic, 32 shots behind USC, the winner. Susan Horton finished 8th (237), 10 shots behind the individual leader, Colleen Cashman of Purdue.
|Susan Horton (t8)||80||78||79||237||+21|
|Angela Stanford (t16)||82||79||80||241||+25|
|Dana Schmid (t34)||79||85||83||247||+31|
|Shannon Fisher (t43)||81||81||87||249||+33|
|Ashley Huffman (t50)||82||85||84||251||+35|
Oct 19-20, Lady Paladin Classic, Greenville, SC
(10/20) The Lady Frogs finished 10th (938) at the Lady Paladin Classic. Wake Forest (908) defeated Tennessee in a sudden death playoff. Angela Stanford finished 15th after a final round of 74 (229). Riko Higashio of Florida was the low individual (220). Susan Horton also had a final round 74.
(10/19) The Lady Frogs are in 14th place (321) after the first round of the Lady Paladin Classic in Greenville, SC. Tennessee and Wake Forest are tied for the lead (300). Angela Stanford and Dana Schmid led the Frogs with rounds of 78.
|Angela Stanford (15)||78||77||74||229||+13|
Sept 19-21 Dick McGuire Invitational, University of New
Mexico Golf Course
TCU finished 11th at the Dick McGuire Invitational. Angela Stanford finished in 11th place individually, with a 223 (+4). The University of Arizona finished first with a new 54 team score course record of 876 (Even). Marisa Baena of Arizona set a new 54 hole individual score record with a 212 (-7).
|Angela Stanford (T11)||77||74||72||223||+4|
|Susan Horton (T32)||79||77||76||232||+13|
|Dana Schmid (T79)||84||84||78||246||+27|
|Shannon Fisher (T79)||85||81||80||246||+27|
|Amanda Workman (T81)||83||80||84||247||+28|
Sept 9-10 Ram/Cowgirl Classic, Fort Collins, CO
The TCU Lady Frog Golf Team opened the season by winning the Ram/Cowgirl Fall Classic in Fort Collins, CO. The Frogs finished at 895 (+43), winning by 27 strokes over runner-up Pepperdine. 18 teams competed in the 54 hole event at the Southridge Course. Sophomore Susan Horton finished first overall with a 216 (+3); Freshman Angela Stanford finished second with a score of 220 (+7); Dana Schmid was tied for fourth with a 226 (+13).
|Susan Horton (1)||72||70||74||216||+3|
|Angela Stanford (2)||74||74||72||220||+7|
|Dana Schmid (T4)||76||77||73||226||+13|
|Amanda Workman (T14)||77||76||81||234||+21|
|Shannon Fisher (T22)||80||77||80||237||+24|