Cardinal Women Remain In Fourth At NCAAs
May 23, 2007
Daytona Beach, Calif. - The Stanford women's golf team remains in fourth place overall at the NCAA Championships in Daytona Beach, Fla. The Cardinal shot a 12-over 300 this afternoon on the par 72, 6,351 yard Legends course, to bring their two round total to a 23-over 599. Duke moved into the overall lead with a 587 after carding a one under 287 today. UCLA is in second (594) a full seven strokes behind the Blue Devils while Purde is third (597), just two strokes ahead of Stanford.
Rounding out the top 10 are Southern California (601), Georgia (602), Louisville (603), Pepperdine (605), Vanderbilt (605) and Arizona State (605).
The Cardinal were once again lead by the strong play of senior Lauren Todd who is currently tied for sixth on the individual leaderboard with an even par 144. Todd shot a two-over 74 today.
Fellow senior Jennifer Tangtiphaiboontana made a huge leap on the board today, moving from a tie for 53rd into a tie for 14th after she shot an even par 72 this afternoon (77-72--149). Freshman Catherina Wang, competing in her first NCAA Championship, is tied for 48th overall, with a two day total of 153 (76-77). Junior Mari Chun is just a stroke behind Wang with a 154 (76-78) and is tied for 55th. Cardinal Angela King is tied for 79th with a 157 (80-77) to round out the list of Stanford competitors.
Purdue's Christel Boeljon has taken a one stroke lead in the individual competition with a three under 141. Arkansas' Stacy Lewis is a stroke back at two-under 142. Three players are tied for third at one-under 143.
Play resumes tomorrow at LPGA International with live stats available at www.golfstat.com.