Women's Golf Moves Up To 11th Heading Into Final Round
Sept. 15, 2007
STANFORD, Calif.- Stanford shot a 14-over-par 302 on the second day of competition at the Mason Rudolph Championship on Saturday afternoon and now stands in 11th place overall with a two-round score of 595 (293-302).
The Cardinal entered the day in a tie for 12th place overall and moved up one spot heading into Sunday's final round. UCLA leads the field at 564 (281-283), followed by Arizona State at 573 (280-293), Duke at 576 (284-292), Arizona at 583 (283-300) and Oklahoma State (292-292) and Florida (285-299) in a tie for fifth at 584.
Leading the charge on Saturday was Mari Chun, who shot a 2-under-par 70 and now stands in a six-way tie at -1 for ninth place overall on the individual leaderboard at 143 (73-70).
Playing as an individual, Ki-Shui Lao is tied for 79th overall at 158 after notching rounds of 78-80.
Amanda Blumenhurst of Duke leads the field, standing at 10-under-par through two rounds at 134 (66-68).
The final day of competition takes place Sunday, with live scoring available on www.golfstat.com.