Arizona State Owns 6-Shot Lead at Ihlanfeldt

Oct. 11, 2005

Sammamish, WA - Arizona State shot 7-over 295 to hold a six-stroke lead heading into Wednesday's final round of play at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational at Sahalee Country Club. The ninth-ranked Sun Devils used a strong showing by freshman Jennifer Osborn to move past second-ranked Pepperdeine to the top of the leaderboard.

Osborn shot a tournament low 3-under 69 to move to the top of the field in stroke play at 2-under 142. UNLV's Da Sol Chung is five shots behind Osborn in second place. Osborn opened play with a 1-over 73. Stanford's Jenni Tangtipaiboontana, who shared the first-round lead with Chung, is third at 148.

After shooting even par through her first 10 holes, Osborn got hot during the second half of her round. She posted three straight birdies on holes 11 through 13 before carding a bogie on No. 14. She added another birdie on 16 to finish her back nine at 3-under.

Osborn is one of just two golfers to manage an under-par round at the tournament. San Francisco's Jessica Potter fired a 1-under 71 on Tuesday to move up to 11th. She opened play with an 80.

Washington moved up one spot in the standings with a second-round score of 309. The Huskies two-day total stands at 41-over 617. Washington is playing without senior All-American Paige Mackenzie, who begins play at The Spirit International Amateur Championship Wednesday in Houston.

A trio of Huskies are tied for 21st at 10-over 154. Included in that group is junior Courtney McCracken, who had UW's best second-round score with a 2-over 74. Amber Prange shot 76 and Amy Wang carded a 79 during the second round to also stand at 154. Sung Ea Lee is 32nd at 155 after posting an 80 on Tuesday. Kim Shin is 58th at 163. Ashley Bickerton, playing as an individual, is 38th at 156. She shot 79 during the second round after opening with a 77.

Pepperdine, which led Arizona State by six shots after the opening round, shot 19-over 307 during the second round for a 36-hole total of 601. UNLV is third at 607 while Long Beach State is fourth at 615.

Wednesday's final round will start at 8 a.m. Live scoring of the tournament is available at

Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational
Sahalee Country Club
Sammamish, WA
Par 72, 6,192 yards
Second Round Results

Team Results 1. Arizona State    300-295-595 2. Pepperdine       294-307-601 3. UNLV             306-301-607 4. Long Beach State 306-309-615 5. USC              312-304-616 5. Arizona          302-314-616 7. Washington       308-309-617 8. Stanford         300-317-617 9. Oregon           313-312-62510. California       311-315-62611. BYU              306-325-63111. Oregon State     315-316-63113. Washington State 318-321-63914. San Francisco    327-316-643

Individual Leaders 1. Jennifer Osborn, Arizona State 73-69-142 2. Da Sol Chung, UNLV 72-75-147 3. Jenni Tangtipaiboontana, Stanford 72-76-148 4. Leanne Bowditch, Pepperdine 74-75-149 4. Azahara Munoz, Arizona State 75-74-149 6. Irene Cho, USC 75-75-150 6. Stephanie Gelleni, Pepperdine 74-76-150 6. Beth Holtermann, Long Beach State 73-77-150 6. Elena Kurokawa, UNLV 77-73-150 6. Eileen Vargas, Pepperdine 73-77-15011. Jessica Potter, San Francisco 80-71-15111. Gracer Woo, UNLV 78-73-15113. Alexis Edwards, BYU 75-77-15213. Amy Eneroth, Washington State 77-75-15213. Lauren Espinosa, Arizona 74-78-15213. Ana Kostina, Washington State 75-77-15213. Mika Takayama, California 76-76-15213. Amanda Wilson, Arizona 77-75-152

Washington Scores21. Sung Ea Lee 75-80-15521. Amy Wang 75-79-15421. Amber Prange 78-76-15432. Courtney McCracken 80-74-15458. Kim Shin 82-81-16338. Ashley Bickerton* 77-79-156* Playing as individual

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