California Tied for Sixth after Second Day of Pac-10 Championships
April 25, 2009
STANFORD, CALIF. -
The California Golden Bears are tied for sixth place after the second round of the Pac-10 Championship, being played at Stanford Golf Course. Sophomore Pia Halbig remains in the top-10 individuals, posting a +4 through 36 holes.
The Bears, who opened the tournament with a 298 in the first round, posted a team total of 305 in the second round to fall into a tie for sixth with Washington State. Arizona State, who were in third place after the first round, vaulted into first, dropping 12 strokes with a second round 281.
Halbig duplicated her day one two-over 73 with another 73 in the second round. Halbig had a pair of birdies, on on the par-3 fourth and the other coming in the back nine on the par-4 11th hole.
Freshman Diane Kwon also posted an identical score in her second round, shooting 77's both days.
The tournament concludes with the final round of 18 Sunday at the Stanford Golf Course. Live scoring will be available on GolfStat.com.
T6 California +35 F 298 305 603T9 Pia Halbig +4 F 73 73 146T24 Shannon Yocum +8 F 74 76 150T32 Allison Goodman +11 F 74 79 153T35 Diane Kwon +12 F 77 77 15447 Roseanne Niven +22 F 81 83 164