Cardinal Tied for 21st After Three Rounds at NCAA Championships

May 20, 2010

WILMINGTON, N.C. - Stanford shot a 14-over par 302 today and are tied for 21st place after three rounds of the NCAA Women's Golf Championships being held at the Country Club of Landfall in Wilmington, N.C.

Purdue surged to the top of the leader board after carding an eight-under 280 in the third round and are five strokes clear of second place USC (865; +1). Arizona State is 10 strokes off the pace at 871 (+7).

Sally Watson is tied for 28th on the individual leader board at 220 (+4) after shooting at 220 (+4) in the third round.

She is 13 strokes behind leader Jennifer Johnson of Arizona State, who sits at 207 (-9) after three rounds. Johnson enjoys a one stroke lead over Caroline Hedwell of Oklahoma State (-8; 208) and a three shot advantage over Maude-Aimee LeBlanc of Purdue (210; -6) and Jennifer Song of USC.

Freshman Kristina Wong is tied for 65th at 226 (+10) after shooting a one-over round of 72 today.

Junior Rebecca Durham, who opened the tournament with a one-under round of 71, has fallen into a tie for 85th place at 228 (+12) after rounds of 79 and 78.

Angela King (239; +23) and Sydney Burlison (247; +31) are in 118th and 125th places, respectively.

The final round of the NCAA Women's Golf Championships will be played on Friday at the Country Club of Landfall.

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