April 2, 2011
TUCSON - After day two of PING/ASU Invitational on Saturday, Arizona Wildcat women's golf continues to sit in fourth place in the team race. Held at Arizona State's Karsten Golf Course, competition will take place Fri.-Sun., April 1-3. The 54-hole tournament will be played over the course of three days with 18 holes played each day. The ASU Karsten Golf course is set at a par 72 over 6,230 yards.
No. 3 UCLA and No. 1 USC share the lead in the team race with two-day totals of 565 (-11). No. 23 Texas is in third place with a 573 (-3). No. 8 Arizona is just three strokes behind the Longhorns with a 576 (E). No. 8 Stephanie Kono of UCLA and No. 80 Madison Pressel of Texas share the lead in the individual race with two-round totals of 139 (-5).
No. 28 junior Isabelle Boineau was again Arizona's top finisher in a tie for sixth place. She holds a two-round score of 142 after shooting an even-par 72 on Saturday. Sophomore Kyndall Ardoin is in a tie for 16th place with a score of 145 (+1). Junior Nikki Koller moved from 63rd to 21st with a carding of 69 (-3) in the second round. She has a two-day total of 146 (+2).
No. 73 senior Alejandra Llaneza moved up eight spots to 23rd after shooting a 73 (+1). She holds a two-round total of 147 (+3). No. 57 junior Margarita Ramos also moved up eight spots to 31st place. She shot a 73 (+1) in the second round and has a 147 (+3) over the two rounds. Sophomore Sherlyn Popelka is playing as an individual and shot an 80 (+8) on Saturday for a two-round total of 155 (+11).
Action in Tempe, Ariz. will continue at 7:30 a.m. PT on Sunday. For complete results, visit golfstatresults.com.