Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
Day One at NCAA Championships in the Books
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: May 21, 2013
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May 21, 2013

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TUCSON - University of Arizona women's golf started competition at the four-day, four-round NCAA Championships on Tuesday. Hosted by the University of Georgia, the course is a par 72 over 6,372 yards. After round one, the Wildcats sit in a tie for 12th place.

No. 1 USC and San Jose State share the lead with scores of 284 (-4). No. 3 Duke rounds out the top three with a carding of 286 (-2). No. 9 Arizona sits in a three-way tie for 12th place with No. 25 Michigan State and No. 24 Northwestern after shooting a 298 (+10). No. 66 Regan DeGuzman of San Jose State leads the individual race with an opening round of 67 (-5).

Sophomore Andrea Vilarasau was Arizona's top finisher in round one. She shot a 72 (E) and sits tied for 20th. No. 44 sophomore Manon Gidali sits tied for 33rd after shooting a 73 (+1). No. 95 sophomore Kendall Prince is tied for 46th with her opening round of 74 (+2).

Sophomore Patricia Garcia shot a 79 (+7) and sits tied for 108th. No. 70 freshman Janie Jackson rounds out the Arizona five with her score of 80 (+8). She is tied for 116th place.

On Wednesday, the Wildcats will tee at 12:56 p.m. ET with UC Davis and Northwestern. The second round will officially begin at 7:33 a.m. ET.

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