TUCSON, Ariz. – Sophomore Lindsey Weaver moved up 16 spots in the individual rankings, en route to leading Arizona to a 302 (+14) team score on Satuday in The Landfall Tradition on the Dye Course (par 72, 6,204 yards) at the Country Club of Landfall in Wilmington, N.C.
Weaver shot a 73 (+1) to improve four strokes from Friday, giving her a total score of 150 (+6). Arizona’s team score improved as well, despite falling from fourth to fifth in the current team standings. With a total score of 606 (+30), the Cats find themselves behind Alabama, Duke, Clemson, and South Carolina.
Junior Kendall Prince and freshman Wanasa Zhou ended their rounds in a tie for 25th-place. Zhou shot a 75 (+3) and Prince finished with a 78 (+6). Both will be sitting at 152 (+8) to enter the final round of play.
With a 154 (+10), junior Manon Gidali is currently tied for 33rd place as she penciled in a 78 (+6) to stay close behind her teammates. Fellow junior Andrea Vilarasau bettered Friday’s score by seven strokes, shooting a 76 (+4) to move up to a tie for 63rd with a total of 159 (+15).
Alabama’s Stephanie Meadow remains the field leader as she shot a 71 (-1) to bring her total to 141 (-3).
Tournament action will continue on Sunday as the Cats will have an 8:45 a.m. ET shotgun start. Prince and Weaver will start their rounds on the fourth hole, while Gidali and Zhou begin on the fifth and Vilarasau on the sixth. Live stats will be provided by golfstats.com.
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