Women's Golf Climbs to Seventh Heading Into Final Round at the Arizona Invitational

Feb. 20, 2001

TUCSON, Ariz. - The Arizona State women's golf team shot a seven-over 295 to move into seventh place after the second round of the Arizona Invitational being held Feb. 19-21 at the par 72, 6,119-yard Raven at Sabino Springs in Tucson.

The Sun Devils entered the day in a tie for 12th, but their 295, which is the team's second best round of the season, moved them up five spots to seventh with a two-day total of 608. Arizona leads the field with a two-day total of 583, while Duke (293), Texas (592), USC (594) and Stanford (599) round out the top five.

Individually, sophomore Melanie Hunt shot a career-low 69 on the day to move into a tied for 12th after two rounds (80-69=149). Freshman Jimin Kang is tied for 23rd (76-75=151), while senior Molly Cooper stands in a tie for 39th (75-78=153). Junior Lisa Meredith carded a one-over 73 to move into a tie for 46th (82-73=155) and sophomore Blair O'Neal is tied for 72nd at 162 in two rounds (83-79). Senior Michaela Friberg, who is playing as an individual, is 90th after two rounds (84-91=175).

Duke's Candy Hannemann leads the individual race with a four-under 140 (71-69) heading into the final round.

The Arizona Invitational wraps up Wednesday with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Mountain Time.

Arizona Invitational - Round Two (Feb. 19-21)1.	Arizona	293-290=5832.	Duke	294-293=5873.	Texas	303-289=5924.	USC	295-299=5945.	Stanford	298-301=5996.	New Mexico State	302-300=6027.	Arizona State	313-295=6088.	Pepperdine	307-302=6099.	Tulsa	311-300=61110.	Washington	305-307=61211.	New Mexico	313-303=61612.	UCLA	311-307=61813.	San Jose State	315-304=61914.	California	304-320=62415.	Oregon	325-303=62816.	Nevada	315-319=634
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