Cardinal Tied For Sixth After Two Rounds of Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational
March 27, 2010
AUSTIN, Tex. - Stanford shot a team score of 300 today and is tied for sixth place after two rounds of the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational being held at the University of Texas Golf Club in Austin.
The Cardinal is tied with host-Texas and Vanderbilt as all three teams trail first place UCLA by 17 shots heading into Sunday's final round.
The Bruins (585) enjoy a slim one shot lead over second place Arizona (586) and are four strokes ahead of third place Texas A&M (589).
A top-five finish is well within reach for Stanford as the Cardinal is just three shots behind fourth place TCU and one shot behind fifth place Oregon (601).
Kristina Wong remains in the hunt for the individual title as the freshman carded an even par 72 today after yesterday's one-under 71. At 143, she trails co-leaders Stephanie Kono and Texas A&M's Sarah Zwartynski by one shot heading into tomorrow's final round.
Wong had three birdies on her card today and eagled the par-4, 359-yard 15th hole en route to her 72.
Senior Angela King shot a 74 today and is tied for 19th at 149.
Freshman Sally Watson is tied for 45th at 156 (+12) after finishing with a 78 today.
Sophomore Sydney Burlison carved 10 strokes of her opening round 87 by shooting a 77 today and is in 82nd place.
The final round of the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational will be contested tomorrow morning at the University of Texas Golf Club.