Women's Golf Moves Into A Tie For 17th After Second Round Of NCAA Championships
May 23, 2002
Auburn, Wash. - The No. 15 USC women's golf team shot 294 on Wednesday to jump four spots into a tie for 17th after two rounds of the 2002 NCAA Women's Golf Championships at Washingtong National Golf Club.
The Women of Troy have a two-day total of 601, 20 strokes behind overall leader Arizona (581).
Junior Mikaela Parmlid had a fine day, shooting 70 to rest in a tie for eighth with a total of 143. She is six strokes back of individual leaders Virada Nirapathpongporn of Duke and Summer Sirmons of Georgia (137).
Round three gets underway at 8 a.m. on Thursday.