Oct. 20, 2012
TUCSON - University of Arizona Wildcat women's golf gained a spot in the team standings on day two of the Stanford Invitational on Saturday. Held Fri.-Sun., Oct. 19-21, the three-round, 54-hole event is being held at the Stanford Golf Course, a par 71, 6,130-yard facility.
No. 3 USC leads the team race with a 571 (+3). No. 2 Washington moved into second place with a 575 (+7). No. 15 Oklahoma State and Oregon State round out the top three in a tie with scores of 577 (+9). The Wildcats are in eighth place with a 583 (+15). No. 42 Kyung Kim of USC leads the individual race with a score of 183 (-4).
No. 22 sophomore Manon Gidali continues to pace the Cats. She has recorded rounds of 71 and 73 for a score of 144 (+2). She sits in a five-way tie for 15th place. No. 40 sophomore Kendall Prince shares the tie for 15th place. She shot two rounds of 72 for a total of 144 (+2). No. 94 sophomore Andrea Vilarasau moved up to an eight way tie for 36th place with her score of 148 (+6).
Freshman Anna Kim shot a season low round of 71 to move to 44th place. She holds a score of 149 (+7). No 54 freshman Janie Jackson rounds out the Arizona five and sits in a six-way tie for 68th place with rounds of 76 and 78 (154, +12).
Play at the Stanford Intercollegiate will resume at 7:30 a.m. PT on Sunday. Live results are available at Golfstat.com.