Nov. 6, 2010
TUCSON - After two rounds at the Pac-10/SEC Challenge, the 13th-ranked University of Arizona Wildcat women's golf team sits in fourth place with a score of 578 (+10). The three-round event is being held at the Stanford Golf Course (par 71; 6,148 yards).
"I am very pleased with how strong Isabelle and Margarita played today," head coach Laura Ianello said. "They are showing huge signs of growth in their games and maturity on the golf course. Kyndall Ardoin is improving and is going to be a huge factor for us in the spring. We are taking each day as a learning experience to get better for spring. As a team, we are working on consistency and our short games and putting need to improve. I am hopeful and optimistic about tomorrow."
The Wildcats slipped to fourth after starting the day in a tie for second place. No. 5 UCLA continues to lead the team standings (566/-2) while No. 26 Auburn and No. 2 Alabama share second place with a two-day score of 575 (+7).
Individually, junior Isabelle Boineau made a big jump in the standings, moving from tied for ninth to tied for fifth. Her score now sits at 140 (-2) with a second-round carding of 69 (-2). Boineau is just four strokes off the leader, Marina Alex from Vanderbilt (136/-6).
No. 43 Margarita Ramos is tied for 14th with a score of 72 (+1) on Saturday and a two-round total of 143 (+1). Sophomore Kyndall Ardoin moved from tied for 49th to tied for 35th on Saturday. Her two-round total sits at 148 (+6) and she shot a two-over-par 73 in the second round.
Senior Alejandra Llaneza struggled on Saturday, falling from tied for seventh to tied for 49th. She shot an 80 (+9) on Saturday for a two-round total of 150 (+8). Junior Nikki Koller rounded out the Wildcats. After two rounds of play, she sits in a tied for 60th place with a score of 152 (+10).
Competition at the Pac-10/SEC Challenge will continue at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday. For complete results from the event, visit golfstat.com.