Freshman walk-on Wanasa Zhou came to the University of Arizona women's golf team having little tournament experience, but a fairly impressive junior record.
The league office announced its 2014 Pac-12 Women's Golf First-Team, Second-Team and Honorable Mention All-Conference honorees.
Arizona has earned its 22nd NCAA Regional selection since 1993 and has advanced to the NCAA Championships 18 times.
No. 11 Arizona women's golf earned a runner-up finish behind No. 9 Stanford at the 2014 Pac-12 Championships on Sunday.
Round three begins at 9:50 a.m. MST/PT on Sunday for the Wildcats. No. 11 Arizona is paired with No. 2 UCLA.
The Wildcats sit just two strokes off the team lead while sophomore Lindsey Weaver is one stroke off the individual lead.
Arizona earned the No. 6 seed and is paired with No. 9 seed Colorado and No. 11 seed Washington State for the opening round on Friday.
No. 17 sophomore Lindsey Weaver finished the individual race with a combined score of 208 (-8) for a runner-up finish.
No. 17 sophomore Lindsey Weaver leads the individual race with a combined score of 136 (-8).
Juniors Kendall Prince and Andrea Vilarasau, sophomore Lindsey Weaver and freshmen Jessica Vasilic and Wanasa Zhou will be competing for the Wildcats on Monday and Tuesday.
Arizona women's golf will compete next at the Silverado Showdown, April 14-15, in Napa, Calif.
No. 36 freshman Wanasa Zhou continues to pace Arizona women's golf with a top-10 placing.