Women's Golf Moves into Third Place at Mason Rudolph
Sept. 24, 2005
Led by freshman Azahara Munoz, the Arizona State University women's golf team moves into third place after the second round of the Mason Rudolph Women's Championship held Friday-Sunday, September 23-25 in Franklin Tenn. The Sun Devils scored a four-over 292 for a total of 579. ASU is just one stroke off the leaders.
Vanderbilt continues to hold the lead. However, after carding an 11-over for a second round total of 578 (279-299), Vanderbilt is now joined by Georgia who holds a share of the first place lead. Georgia scored a five-over for a second round total of 578 (285-293) to move into a first place tie.
Azahara Munoz, who was tied for seventh on Friday, has moved into a tie for third place with Auburn's Maria Martinez. Munoz shot even par for a total score of 142 (70-72). She trails Jacqui Concolino, Vanderbilt, by five strokes.
Freshman Jennifer Osborn, who started out tied for 40, is now tied for 13 after shooting one under for a total score of 146 (75-71). Juniors Lindsay Anderson and Tiffany Tavee are currently tied at 29 after shooting an even-par 149 (77-72) and a five-over 149 (72-77) respectfully. Senior Alissa Kuczka is tied 39 after shooting a nine-over 151 (70-81).
The Mason Rudolph Women's Championship concludes on Sunday at the par 72, 7,200-yard Vanderbilt Legends Club.
Following this week's action, Arizona State will travel to Redmond, Wash., for the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational, Oct. 10-12, which will be held at Sahalee Golf and Country Club.