Women's Golf Climbs Into Second At Pac-10 Championships
April 20, 2004
Somis, Calif. -
The USC women's golf team shot a 14-over-par 302 on Tuesday to move into second place after two rounds of the 2004 Pac-10 Women's Golf Championships held at Saticoy Country Club.
The Women of Troy have a 36-hole total of 614, nine strokes behind team leader UCLA (605). USC began the day four strokes back of the Bruins. California and Arizona are tied for third at 615 and Washington is fifth at 619.
Sophomore Irene Cho is in the hunt to become the third USC woman to win a Pac-10 individual title, as she shot an even-par 72 today to bring her total to 147, two strokes behind UCLA golfers Hannuh Jun and Charlotte Mayorkas (145). Cho is fourth, while Erica Blasberg of Arizona is third at 146 and Sofie Andersson of California is fifth at 148.
Also for USC, sophomore Tanya Dergal is tied for 10th (153), senior Rachel Bell and freshman Veronica Felibert are tied for 27th (160) and freshman Catalina Marin is 35th (161). Senior Anna Rawson is competing as an individual and is tied for 36th (162).
The tournament concludes on Wednesday with 18 holes teeing off at 8:30 a.m.