Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
Arizona Remains in 3rd Place After Day Two of NCAA Fall Preview
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: September 15, 1999
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SUNRIVER, ORE. The University of Arizona women's golf team remains in third place after the second day of play at the NCAA Fall Preview shooting a two-day team total of 20-over-par, 596. Duke holds the lead scoring a two-day total of 587, 11-over-par, at the Crosswater Golf Club (Par 72, 6502 yards).

Senior Jenna Daniels fell two spots to be tied for third place posting a two-day total of one-over-par, 145 (70 -75), while sophomore Cristina Baena holds her spot at eleven with a five-over-par, 149 (74 - 75). Freshman Julia Krascniwski jumped 24 spots to be tied for 17th scoring a 150, six-over-par (78 - 72). Senior Jill Gomric jumped five spots to 27th place shooting a 152, eight-over-par (77 - 75). Junior Christina Monteiro fell to 58th place scoring a 13-over-par, 157 (78 - 79).

Arizona State's Amie Lehman moved up three spots to be tied for first place with Duke's Miriam Nagl both posting a 145, two-under-par.

The last day of play is tomorrow with a 9:20 a.m. tee time for Arizona.