Schreefel Leads USC Into First On Second Day Of NCAA West Regional
May 6, 2005
The No. 14 USC women's golf squad, behind freshman Dewi-Claire Schreefel's strong second round, shot a 14-over 302 to move into first place after the second of three days on Friday (May 6) at the 2005 NCAA West Regional at the University Golf Course in La Cruces, N.M.
The Women of Troy have a two-day total of 595, six shots ahead of second-place Tennessee (601). Georgia stands at 602 while UCLA, Cal and BYU are tied at 603. In a tightly contested field, Oklahoma State and Oregon are tied at 605.
The top eight teams in the region advance to the NCAA Championships.
Schreefel shot a one-under 71, tied for the low round of the day, to move into second place overall at 144 (par). Senior Irene Cho shot a four-over 76 and is at 148, tied for ninth. Schreefel bogeyed her opening hole but was two-under the rest of the way, including a birdie on 18. She trails only Sophia Sheridan of Cal, who is two-under for the tournament.
Junior Tanya Dergal, who shot par 72 on Thursday, came in at six-over 78 and is tied for 16th overall at 150.
The competition continues Friday and Saturday (May 6-7) and you can check out the action live at .