Second Round Play Suspended at NCAA Championships
May 19, 2010
WILMINGTON, N.C. - Thunder and lightning in the Wilmington, N.C. area forced a suspension of second round play of the NCAA Women's Golf Championships being contested at the Country Club of Landfall (Pete Dye Course).
Stanford was 17-over on its round when play was suspended. Senior Angela King was the only Cardinal player to complete her round on Wednesday, carding a 77 (+5), nine strokes better than her opening round of 86.
USC leads the tournament at 570 (-6), seven strokes clear of second place Alabama at 577 (+1).
Arizona State's Jennifer Johnson is the leader in the clubhouse at 137 (-7), one stroke better than USC's Jennifer Song at 138 (-6).
Freshman Sally Watson birdied two of her first three holes this afternoon and was at one-under par on her round through 14 holes.
Rebecca Durham, who shot a one-under 71 in the opening round, was eight over on her round today. After collecting a birdie on her first hole of the day, Durham was victimized later in her round by two double bogies and one triple bogey.
Kristina Wong was five-over through 15 holes, with her only birdie coming on the par-5 sixth hole.
Sydney Burlison was 13-over on her round when play was suspended.
Stanford, along with Florida State, TCU, Texas A&M, Tulane and Kent State will complete their second rounds tomorrow.