Women's Golf Moves Into First Place After Second Day Of Pioneer Bruin Classic

March 25, 2003

Santa Clarita, Calif. - The No. 5 USC women's golf team shot 300 on Tuesday to surge into a five stroke lead after two rounds of the Pioneer Bruin Classic held at the Robinson Ranch Golf Course.

The Women of Troy have a 36-hole total of 604, with Pepperdine second (609), California third (611) and New Mexico fourth (613). USC is looking for its second-straight team tournament title and third of the season.

USC is paced by senior All-American Mikaela Parmlid, who is tied for second at 147, and freshman Irene Cho, who is tied for fourth at 148. Ashley Gomes of San Jose State leads the field at 146.

Also for the Women of Troy, junior Rachel Bell is tied for 30th (156), junior Anna Rawson is tied for 43rd (158) and freshman Tanya Dergal is tied for 53rd (160).

The tournament concludes on Wednesday with 18 holes teeing off at 8 a.m.

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