Cal Tied For Sixth at Ptarmigan Ram Classic More than Halfway Through Round Two
Sept. 11, 2006
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - The California women's golf team is tied for sixth with Eastern Washington more than halfway through the second round of the Ptarmigan Ram Classic at the Ptarmigan Country Club. The Golden Bears are at 21-over with all five of their golfers having completed between 12-14 holes in the second round of the season opener.
Play was delayed for nearly two hours due to lightning and rain in the area pushing play back until darkness. Action resumes Tuesday morning with an 8 a.m. shotgun start at the 6,223-yard, par 72 course. The third and final round will follow the completion of the second round.
Cal was in eighth place after the opening round with a score of 13-over 301. Colorado held the first-round lead at two-under 286, followed by Baylor (290) and San Jose State (291) at the 17-team tournament. The Buffaloes continue to lead at two-over with their golfers having played between 12-15 holes of round two. The Baylor Bears are second at four-over with their athletes having completed 12-14 holes.
Fresno State's Jennifer Shipley leads the individual event at four-under with six holes remaining in the second round. Long Beach State's Kay Hoey held the first-round lead at five-under 67, but she has dropped back to a tie for third at two-under.
Freshman Christina Frick leads Cal in a tie for 15th at two-over with six holes left in the second round. Frick shot a 73 behind three birdies on the front nine to tie for 14th. Sophomore Allison Goodman is tied for 18th at four-over with six holes to go in the second round after carding a 74 in the first round.
Cal sophomore Shannon Yocum is tied for 26th at six-over with five holes to go on the opening day. Rounding out the Bears scores are seniors Mika Takayama and Danielle Nash in a tie for 41st (+9) and a tie for 70th (+15), respectively.