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“We got off to a good start today as a team,” said head coach
Jumping two spots to take the tournament lead was Purdue, posting a 294 (+6). UCLA and Washington each shot a 288 (E) in round one, finished in a tie for first place. Today the Bruins and Huskies each shot a 15-over-par 303 and sit in a tie for second place.
Stanford and Georgia have posted a 22-over-par 598 through two rounds. The 598 score the two teams have posted is only five strokes more than the sixth place Wildcats (603).
“I am very pleased with how we finished, I saw three birdies from three of our girls in the last four holes,” Allen said.
Shaving five strokes off her round one score, freshman Lauren Espinosa carded a three-over-par 75 and jumped 36 spots on the leader board to 48th. Rounding out the Cats squad was Amanda Wilson who posted a 91 (+19).
“We definitely have a chance to get it done tomorrow,” said Allen. “As long as we come out, not concerned with the outcome, we’ll have another good day.”
The Cats will tee-off from the 10th hole tomorrow morning at 8:30 a.m. PT.
Top 5 Teams
1. Purdue 289-294=583 (+7) T12. Sommer Scholl 75-73=148 (+4)
T2. UCLA 288-303-591 (+15) T16. Adriana Zwanck 73-76=149 (+5)
T4. Stanford 303-295=598 (+22) T48. Lauren Espinosa 80-75-155 (+11)