Feb. 12, 2013
TUCSON – University of Arizona women’s golf moved into the top 10 after round two at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge on Tuesday. Held at the Palos Verdes Golf Club in Palos Verdes, Calif. and hosted by Ohio State, competition will take place Mon.-Wed., Feb. 11-13. One round of play will be contested each day. The Palos Verdes Golf Club is a par 71, 6,017-yard course.
No. 7 Arizona has moved from 12th to seventh on day two of play, shooting a 297 for a two-round score of 604 (+36). No. 1 USC has taken over the team lead, shooting a four-under score of 280 for a two-round total of 578 (+10). No. 37 UCLA sits in second place with a total of 579 (+11). No. 4 Duke rounds out the top three with a 585 (+17). Alejandra Cangrejo of Duke continues to lead the individual race. She has collected rounds of 70 and 70 for a total of 140 (-2).
No. 32 sophomore Kendall Prince continues to pace the Arizona squad. She sits in a seven-way tie for 30th place with rounds of 75 and 75 for a score of 150 (+8). Freshman Anna Kim moved into the top 40 with an even-par round of 71 on Tuesday. She matched her collegiate best and holds a two-round score of 152 (+10).
No. 29 sophomore Manon Gidali and freshman Janie Jackson share a seven-way tie for 42nd place, both players moving up in the standings after round two. They carded scores of 153 (+11). Sophomore Andrea Vilarasau rounds out the Wildcat five in a five-way tie for 54th place. She has rounds of 77 and 78 for a two-day total of 155 (+13).
Play at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge resumes at 9 a.m. MT for the Wildcats on Wednesday. A full recap and complete results will be available at ArizonWildcats.com after the final round of play.