April 28, 2012
TUCSON –With improved conditions on Saturday that saw the entire field perform better, the University of Arizona Wildcat women’s golf team moved up to sixth place at the Pac-12 Championships on Saturday. Hosted by Washington State in Pullman, the event is being held at the Palouse Ridge Golf Club (par 72, 6,200 yards) and will resume at 8 a.m. on Sunday.
After two rounds of play, No. 13 California has taken the lead in the team race with scores of 306 and 283 for a total of 589 (+13). No. 12 Colorado sits in second with place with rounds of 308 and 284 for a score of 592 (+16). No. 1 UCLA rounds out the top three with a 594 (+18). No. 17 Arizona has moved up two spots to sixth place. The Cats have shot rounds of 315 and 288 for a total of 603 (+27). No. 42 Daniela Holmqvist of California and No. 6 Guilia Molinaro of Arizona State share the lead in the individual race. Both have collected scores of 145 (+1).
For the Wildcats, junior Kyndall Ardoin continues to pace the squad. She has rounds of 76 and 73 for a two-day total of 149 (+5). No. 92 senior Isabelle Boineau has moved up 22 spots to tied for 17th with a two-day score of 150 (+6). She shot rounds of 80 and 70. No. 86 senior Margarita Ramos moved to tied for 24th with her second-round score of 73. She has a total of 151 (+7). Senior Nikki Koller battled back to 34th place with her even-par round of 72. She has a score of 152 (+9). No. 18 freshman Manon Gidali rounded out the Arizona five in a tie for 41st place. She has a two-round score of 155 (+11) with an 81 and a 74.
Play will resume at 8 a.m. on Sunday.