ASU Women's Golf Team Slips Into Second Place
Feb. 14, 2006
PALOS VERDES, Calif. - The Arizona State women's golf team slipped into second place after the second round of the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge being played at the Palos Verdes Golf Course in Palos Verdes, Calif. The Sun Devils shot a 24-over 592 for the second round of play.
'The entire field struggled with the wind which made the greens really fast and difficult to putt,' said ASU women's golf coach Melissa Luellen. 'With the solid play of our freshmen, we are still in the hunt to win tomorrow. I always tell the team to ask itself what it wants and they want to win. The final round should be very exciting.'
Individually, freshman Jennifer Osborn leads the Sun Devils and is currently tied for second after shooting a one-over 143. Freshman Azahara Munoz carded a five-over 147 to move into a tie for seventh. Senior Alissa Kuczka shot an eight-over 150 to tie for 12th. Junior Tiffany Tavee is currently tied for 16th after shooting a ten-over 152. Rounding out the scoring for ASU was junior Charmaine Erasmus shot a 16-over 158 to tie for 50th.
The Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge concludes tomorrow with live scoring available via www.golfstat.com.