WALMANALO, Hawaii - The top-ranked Arizona women's golf team remains in third place after day two of the Dr. Thompson Rainbow Wahine Invitational, shooting an 18-over-par 594. The tournament is being held at the Olomana Golf Course on the island of Oahu and is a par-72, 5,887 yard layout. Still in first place is Pepperdine (9-over-par 585) followed by Southern California in second (16-over-par 592). Oklahoma State is in fourth place (45-over-par 621), while Oklahoma and Hawaii are tied for fifth (54-over-par 630).
Individually, for the Wildcats, senior Jenna Daniels and sophomore Cristina Baena are tied for second place posting a two-day total of 144 even par. Junior Christina Monteiro is in seventh place at 5-over-par 149, while freshman Julia Kraschinski is tied for 21st place (13-over-par 157). Senior Jill Gomric, who was in 15th place after the first round of play, withdrew from the tournament.
Leading the individual race is Pepperdine's Lindsey Wright carding a 1-under-par 143.
The final day of play will be tomorrow with an 11:30 a.m. MST shotgun start.
T2 Jenna Daniels 75-69 144 E T2 Cristina Baena 75-69 144 E 7 Christina Monteiro 74-75 149 +5 T21 Julia Kraschinski 78-79 157 +13 WD Jill Gomric 78-WD