Cardinal Women Tied For 10th At Guadalajara Invitational

March 7, 2006

Guadalajara, Mexico - The Stanford women's golf team struggled on day two of the Guadalajara Invitational, shooting a 319. The Cardinal two-round score of 627 ties them for 10th overall at the Guadalajara Country Club.

No. 5 USC holds a three-shot advantage at 575 following Tuesday's tournament-low round of five-under 283. No. 2 UCLA is second at 578, followed by No. 3 Arizona State (585), No. 1 Duke (590) and No. 8 Georgia (595).

Cardinal Lauren Todd carded a 77 today and is tied for 28th individually with a two-day score of 152 (75-77). Teammate Mari Chun checks in tied for 35th with a 154 (75-79) while Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana (82-80), along with Stephanie Lue (79-83), are tied for 51st with a 162. Stanford's Kelly Husted is tied for 54th with a 165 (79-86) to round out the Cardinal competitors.

USC's Irene Cho holds a commanding seven-stroke lead at 10-under 134 following a round of eight-under (64) today. UCLA's Jane Park stands second at 141, while Arizona's Lauren Espinosa and Washington's Paige Mackenzie - the first-day leader - are tied for third at 144.

The third and final round begins at 7:30 a.m. CT with players starting at holes one and 10.

Team Scores (11): 1. USC 575 (292-283), 2. UCLA 578 (291-287), 3. Arizona State 585 (297-288), 4. Duke 590 (293-297), 5. Georgia 595 (294-301), 6. California 598 (301-297), 7. Arizona 605 (298-307), 8. Washington 608 (305-303), 9. Ohio State 612 (302-310), 10t. Stanford 627 (308-319), 10t. Texas 627 (318-309).

Top 5 Individual Scores: 1. Irene Cho, USC, 134 (70-64), 2. Jane Park, UCLA, 141 (72-69), 3t. Lauren Espinosa, Arizona, 144 (70-74), 3t. Paige Mackenzie, Washington 144 (69-75), 5t. five players tied at 145.

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