TUCSON, Ariz. – Arizona women’s golf completed round two of play at the PING/ASU Invitational on Saturday. Held at ASU Karsten Golf Course (par 72, 6,223 yards) in Tempe, Ariz., competition is taking place Fri.-Sun., April 4-6.
No. 7 South Carolina took over the team lead with an eight-under par round of 280 on Saturday for a score of 568 (-8). No. 6 Arizona State and No. 3 Duke share second place with scores of 574 (-2). No. 11 Washington is fourth with a 575 (-1) and No. 9 Arizona rounds out the top five with a 576 (E).
Two strokes separate the Cats from the top three and UA is just eight strokes from the lead. No. 7 Celine Boutier of Duke leads the individual race with a 138 (-6). She holds a one-stroke lead on the field.
No. 36 freshman Wanasa Zhou continues to pace the Wildcats. She shot a one-over round of 73 on day two to couple with her 69 (-3) from round one. She shares a five-way tie for sixth place with a 142 (E). No. 81 freshman Jessica Vasilic shot a 75 (+3) and shares a seven-way tie for 23rd place. She holds a combined score of 146 (+2).
Junior Manon Gidali moved from tied for 48th to tied for 30th after round two with a 71 (-1). She holds a combined score of 146 (+2). No. 16 sophomore Lindsey Weaver sits in a six-way tie for 36th place. Her rounds of 72 and 76 total a carding of 148 (+4).
Thanks to a hole-in-one on No. 7, junior Andrea Vilarasau carded a 69 (-3) on Saturday. She moved from tied for 72nd to tied for 42nd after round two. She holds a combined score of 149 (+5).
Round three begins at 8:10 a.m. PT on Sunday for the Wildcats. They’ll be playing with No. 11 Washington and No. 8 Stanford. Live scoring is available at golfstatresults.com.For continued coverage of Arizona Wildcat women's golf, follow the team on Twitter @UAWomensGolf, at Facebook.com/ArizonaWomensGolf or visit ArizonaWildcats.com.