Three Sun Devils Projected To Make The Cut At The U.S. Women's Open

July 10, 2009

Three alums of the Arizona State University women's golf program are expected to make the cut at the U.S. Women's Open held at the Saucon Valley Country Club in Bethlehem, Pa. Jimin Kang, Azahara Munoz and Anna Nordqvist are expected to continue playing through Sunday.

Nordqvist leads the Sun Devils in the field. The Swede, who finished tied for sixth yesterday, is 4-over 146 (71-75) after two rounds. She carded an even 71 the first day and shot a 4-over 75 today.

Kang rebounded after shooting 5-over 76 in the first round and shot an even 71 on day two. She currently sits at 5-over 147 (76-71).

The women's golf program's most recent graduate, Azahara Munoz, finished 6-over 148 (72-76) after two rounds. Head coach Melissa Luellen is serving this weekend as Munoz' caddie.

ASU's fourth alum competing at the Women's U.S. Open, Brandie Burton, withdrew after the first round.

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