Trojans In Fourth After Pac-10 Championships Second Round
April 24, 2007
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Juniors Paola Moreno and Dewi Claire Schreefel are tied for fifth and 12th, respectively and senior Catalina Marin turned in USC's low round of the day as the No. 6 USC women's golf team finished in fourth after the second day of the 2007 Pac-10 Championships on Tuesday (April 24) at the Broadmoor G.C. in Seattle, Wash.
The Trojans, seeking their first team title since 1989, posted a combined 311 (+23) for a two-day 614 (303-311, +38). Arizona State is in first (597, +21) and is followed by UCLA (604, +28), Arizona (613, +37), USC, Washington (621, +45), California (623, +47), Stanford (624, +48), Washington State (635, +59), Oregon (640, +64) and Oregon State (652, +76).
Moreno, ranked No. 15 in the country by Golfweek.com, is tied for fifth with a 5-over 149 (72-77). Schreefel is tied for 12th with an 8-over 152 (75-77). Moreno and Schreefel are trying to extend USC's streak of having at least one golfer among the top 10 in each season since 1998.
Marin rebounded from a rough round one with a 3-over 75 in the second round that moved her into a tie for 23rd at 158 (83-75, +14).
Play concludes on Wednesday.
Within the USC-UCLA Lexus Gauntlet competition, the season-long battle between Trojans and Bruins in all sports, points for women's golf are awarded to the highest finisher between the crosstown rivals at the Pac-10 Championships. Five points are up for grabs for women's golf. The winning school needs 57.5 points to clinch.