Nov. 1, 2011
TUCSON -Starting the round in 14th place, the University of Arizona Wildcat women's golf team moved up to a tie for seventh place after day two of competition at the Betsy Rawls Invitational, in Austin, Texas, on Tuesday. Hosted by the University of Texas, the three-round event is being held at the University of Texas Golf Club (par 72, 6,344 yards).
The Wildcats hold a share of seventh place with rounds of 304 and 294 for a total of 598 (+22). The hosting Longhorns moved into first place in the team race with a score of 581 (+5). Florida sits in second place with a 589 (+13) and Tulsa rounds out the top three with a 594 (+18). Mia Piccio of Florida leads the individual race with rounds of 71 and 70 for a total of 141 (-3).
"Andrea Vilarasau had a great round and almost got it to five under," head coach Laura Ianello said. "It's great to see a freshman succeed. Haley Andreas also had a good round today and fought hard. Kyndall Ardoin, Margarita Ramos and Isabelle Boineau are looking to improve their scores for the final round."
Arizona's top finisher, freshman Andrea Vilarasau moved from tied for 43rd to tied for third with a second-round score of four-under 68. She now holds a two-day total of 144 (E). Senior Isabelle Boineau sits in a five-way tie for 23rd place with rounds of 73 and 76 for a total of 149 (+5). Sophomore Haley Andreas sits in a five-way tie for 28th with rounds of 76 and 74 (150, +6). With scores of 79 and 76 (155, +11), senior Margarita Ramos sits in a three-way tie for 52nd place. Junior Kyndall Ardoin rounds out the Arizona five in a tie for 67th place. She carded rounds of 8 and 78 for a tow-day total of 158 (+14).
Play at the Betsy Rawls Invitational will resume at 8:45 a.m. CT on Wednesday.