TUCSON, Ariz. - The top-ranked Arizona women's golf team finds itself in third place after day one of the Arizona Invitational after posting a team score of 2-over-par 290. Stanford (4-under-par 284) leads the team competition followed by Duke (1-over-par 289). Fourth-place Arizona State (3-over-par 291) and San Jose State (4-over-par 292) round out the top five. The tournament is being held at the Randolph Park Golf Club in Tucson, a par-70, 6,123 yard layout.
Leading the Wildcats are sophomore Cristina Baena and junior Christina Monteiro who both shot a 1-under-par 71, tying them for sixth place. Senior Jill Gomric is tied for 10th place, after shooting even par 72 today. Junior Jenna Daniels is tied for 47th place (4-over-par 76) and freshman Julia Kraschinski goes into day two tied for 60th place (5-over-par 77).
Competing as an individual is freshman Anne Lee, who is also tied for 60th place after carding a 5-over-par 77 today.
The individual race is being led by Duke's Beth Bauer (5-under-par 67) she enjoys a one-shot lead over Stanford's Kim Rowton, who is in second with a 4-under-par 68. San Jose State's Jessica Krantz is in third place scoring a 3-under-par 69. Arizona State's Miriam Nagl (2-under-par 70) and Texas' Jessica Reese (2-under-par 70) are tied for fourth place.
Day two of the Arizona Invitational resumes tomorrow with an 8 a.m. MST start.
T6 Cristina Baena 33-38 71 -1 T6 Christina Monteiro 33-38 71 -1 T10 Jill Gomric 35-37 72 E T47 Jenna Daniels 36-40 76 +4 T60 Julia Kraschinski 38-39 77 +5