Stanford is in sixth at 608 and Arizona State, who was in second place going into the day, fell to seventh with a 609, just three shots better than Arizona.
Individually, Arizona State's Grace Park remains atop the leaderboard at even-par 142 and will take a one shot lead over Duke Candy Hannemann (143) into tomorrow's third round. Texas' Randi Meadows is in third at 2-over-par 144 and there is a two-way tie for fourth between USC's Jennifer Rosales and Pepperdine's Tamie Durdin at 146.
Arizona's top golfer on the leaderboard is senior Krissie Register, who has moved up from a tie 24th and into a four-way tie for 12th at 8-over-par 150. Eight shots off the lead after 36 holes, Register shot a 74 today, improving on yesterday's 76.
Following her is Jenna Daniels, who is in a three-way tie for 22nd at 10-over-par 152 after carding a 76 for the second consecutive day. Jill Gomric, who shot a 77 again today, moved up from 40th and into a nine-way tie for 29th at 12-over-par 154. The rest of the Arizona lineup included Christina Monterio, who is tied for 45th at 156 (76-80) and Cristina Baena, who is tied for 68th at 159 (79-80).
T12. Krissie Register 76-74-150
T22. Jenna Daniels 76-76-152
T29. Jill Gomric 77-77-154
T45. Christina Monteiro 76-80-156
T68. Cristina Baena 79-80-159