Duke owns the lead over second place Arizona State, who shot a 16-over-par 300. A tightly-bunched group follows the Sun Devils, as Georgia is in third at 17-over 301, Pepperdine is fourth at 302, Louisiana State is fifth with at 303 and Stanford is sixth with a 304.
Individually, Arizona State's Grace Park has the lead by two strokes after shooting a 2-under par 69 today. The only golfer to shoot a sub-par round, she leads Duke's Candy Hanneman and Pepperdine's Tamie Durdin, who are tied with second at even-par 71.
Arizona's top three golfers after round, Jenna Daniels, Krissie Register and Christina Monteiro, are involved in a 16-way tie for 24th after opening play with 5-over-par 76 totals. The next Arizona golfer on the scoreboard is Jill Gomric, who is in an eight-way tie for 40th with a 6-over-par 77. The final Arizona golfer is Christina Baena, who is one of 10 golfers tied for 56th at 8-over-par 79.
T24. Jenna Daniels 41-35=76
T24. Krissie Register 37-39=76
T24. Christina Monteiro 37-39=76
T40. Jill Gomric 39-38=77
T56. Cristina Baena 40-39=79