Women's Golf Moves Up To 11th Heading Into Final Round

Sept. 15, 2007

STANFORD, Calif.- Stanford shot a 14-over-par 302 on the second day of competition at the Mason Rudolph Championship on Saturday afternoon and now stands in 11th place overall with a two-round score of 595 (293-302).

The Cardinal entered the day in a tie for 12th place overall and moved up one spot heading into Sunday's final round. UCLA leads the field at 564 (281-283), followed by Arizona State at 573 (280-293), Duke at 576 (284-292), Arizona at 583 (283-300) and Oklahoma State (292-292) and Florida (285-299) in a tie for fifth at 584.

Leading the charge on Saturday was Mari Chun, who shot a 2-under-par 70 and now stands in a six-way tie at -1 for ninth place overall on the individual leaderboard at 143 (73-70).

Catherina Wang is tied for 42nd overall with a 150 after carding rounds of 74-76. Piper Miller checks in tied for 64th overall at 154 and stands +10 following rounds of 77-77.

Saana Rapakko finished in a tie for 76th overall at 156 following rounds of 77 and 79 while Rebecca Durham, after leading the Cardinal on the opening day, is tied for 77th overall at 157 (69-88).

Playing as an individual, Ki-Shui Lao is tied for 79th overall at 158 after notching rounds of 78-80.

Amanda Blumenhurst of Duke leads the field, standing at 10-under-par through two rounds at 134 (66-68).

The final day of competition takes place Sunday, with live scoring available on www.golfstat.com.

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