Stanford in Seventh Place After Two Rounds of Pac-10 Championships
April 20, 2010
EUGENE, Ore. - Stanford's women's golf team shot a second round score of 316 (+28) today at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships and is in seventh place heading into tomorrow's final round at the Eugene (Ore.) Country Club.
The Cardinal's 36-hole team score of 617 (+41) is 30 strokes off the pace set by the first place UCLA Bruins, who lead the field at 587 (+11) after carding a 298 today.
Arizona is three shots behind at 590, followed by third place Cal (592), USC (594) and Oregon (599).
Stanford is seven strokes behind sixth place Washington (610; +34).
Second-ranked Arizona State, which led the tournament after the first round, was forced to withdraw from the team competition due to the illness of two players.
Carlotta Cignada of Arizona State and Stephanie Kono of UCLA share the second round lead at one-under 143. Cal's Joanna Lee is one stroke off the pace at 144.
Freshman Kristina Wong is tied for 21st at seven-over 151 after shooting a 78 today. Wong had one birdie and seven bogies on her card today.
Freshman Sally Watson was victimized by three double bogies on her card on Tuesday on her way to a second round 81, falling back to 28th place.
Senior Angela King is in 36th place at 155 (+11) after turning in a second round 78.
Sydney Burlison improved by one shot to card a second round 79 and finds herself tied for 41st at 159 (+11).
Junior Rebecca Durham is in 37th place at 160 after finishing with an 82 today.
The final round of the Pac-10 Women's Golf Championships will tee off at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday at the Eugene Country Club.