Duke, who has held the lead since the first round, shot a 14-over-par 298 today and now has an eight shot advantage with its three-day total of 895. The Sun Devils and Bulldogs are in a tie for second place at 903, followed by Arizona at 904. Behind Arizona is Pepperdine at 911. The Waves entered the day in second, but shot a 24-over-par 308 today to drop to fifth. After that, it's Tulsa (913 ), USC (914), Stanford (916) and Texas (921).
Individually, Arizona State's Grace Park remains atop the leaderboard after shooting a 70 today and enjoys a one shot lead at 1-under-par 212. Duke Candy Hanneman is in second at even-par 213 and Georgia's Shauna Estes is in third at 3-over-par 216.
Arizona's Krissie Register and Jenna Daniels are both tied for seventh place at 11-over-par 224. Register shot a 74 for the second straight day and moved up from 12th place, while Daniels turned in her best round of the tournament (72) to move all the way up from 22nd place.
Following that Wildcat duo is Christina Monteiro, who after shooting a 72 today, is tied for 21st with a 15-over-par 228 (76-80-72). Jill Gomric is tied for 35th at 18-over-par 231 and Cristina Baena is at 47th with a 20-over-par 233.
T8. Krissie Register 76-74-74-224 (+11)
T8. Jenna Daniels 76-76-72-224 (+11)
T21. Christina Baena 76-80-72-228 (+15)
T35. Jill Gomric 77-77-77-231 (+18)
47. Cristina Baena 79-80-74-233 (+20)