Sophomore Cristina Baena is tied for first place with Tulsa's Stacy Prammanasudh after each scored a 3-under-par 68. UA senior Jill Gomric shot an even 71 and is in fourth place , while junior Christina Monteiro is tied for fifth place, scoring a 1-over-par 72. Rounding out the Arizona line up are freshman Julia Kraschinski (6-over-par 77) tied for 40th place and junior Jenna Daniels (9-over-par 80) tied for 69th place.
Pepperdine, Southern California, Texas Christian and Georgia round out the top five schools in the team race.
Day two of the three-day tournament resumes tomorrow with another 18 holes of play.
T1 Cristina Baena 33-35 68 -3 4 Jill Gomric 34-37 71 E T5 Christina Monteiro 35-37 72 +1 T40 Julia Kraschinski 38-39 77 +6 T69 Jenna Daniels 40-40 80 +9