Women's Golf Tied in Sixth at Longhorn Invitational
March 22, 2004
AUSTIN, Texas - The Arizona women's golf team stands tied with Southern Methodist in sixth, Monday after its second day of competition at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational in Austin, Texas.
The Wildcats shot a 68-over-par 644 to trail second-round leader Texas by 18 strokes after the Longhorns shot a 50-over-par 626. UNLV is closing in on Texas' lead after carding a 51-over-par 627 to put them in second. California (632) and Vanderbilt (632) are tied in third. While, Southern California (635) rounds out the top-five.
Individually Arizona sophomore Cassandra Kirkland slipped from her second place position after round one, to sixth. The sophomore from Saint-Nom-La-Breteche, France carded a 80 (+8) in the second round action to give her 10-over-par 154 in the tournament through Monday.
Junior Mar Garcia is tied for 20th after shooting 16-over-par 160. Sophomore Lani Elston is tied in 41st at 20-over-par 164. Junior Miriam Kraschinski is tied in 63rd place after shooting 13-over-par 85 in round two. While Freshman Rachel Gavin shot a 30-over-par 174 to tie for 80th place.
The Wildcats will tee off in Tuesday's final round beginning at a shotgun start at 8:00 a.m. CST. The tournament is being played at The Hills Country Club, a par 72, 6,247-yard layout.