Women's Golf remains in sixth place after two rounds at UCF Challenge
Feb. 14, 2011
SORRENTO, Fla. -- The Texas Women’s Golf team remained in sixth place at the UCF Challenge with a second-round score of 6-over-par 294. The Longhorns (290-294=584, +8) were 8-over on their final four holes at the par-72, 6,319-yard RedTail Golf Club on Monday.
Sophomore Haley Stephens (69-72) continued to pace UT with a 36-hole total of 3-under 141. She followed up her season-low 69 on Monday with an even-par 72 that included four birdies, two bogeys and one double bogey. Stephens closed her round with back-to-back pars but suffered a bogey on 15 and a double on 16 to climb from 2-under through 14 holes to even. She is tied for sixth place entering Tuesday’s finale.
Sophomore Madison Pressel (72-73) put together UT’s most consistent round with a 1-over 73. She began the day with a pair of bogeys on the first two holes followed by a pair of pars before finding her only birdie opportunity on the par-4 fifth hole. Pressel then made par on the ensuing 13 holes and is tied for 14th place at 1-over 145.
Sophomore Katelyn Sepmoree (72-74=146, +2) trails Pressel by one stroke and is tied for 18th place. Junior Nicole Vandermade (77-75) is tied for 51st place at 8-over 152 and freshman Rebecca Lee-Bentham (81-77) has a 36-hole total of 158 to stand tied for 78th.
Junior Megan Rosenfeld (75-81) is tied for 69th place at 12-over 156 while competing as an individual for the Longhorns.
Coastal Carolina (285-289=574, -2) crept atop the leaderboard with a 1-over 289 and now holds a four-stroke advantage over second-place South Carolina (294-284=578). Tulane (284-295) is in third place at 3-over 579.
Texas begins final-round action Tuesday morning at 7:45 a.m. Central in a shotgun start off of the fourth, fifth and sixth holes alongside fourth-place Kentucky (582, +6) and fifth-place Minnesota (583, +7).
Team Standings (through two rounds)
Top 11 Individuals (through two rounds)
Texas Individuals (through two rounds)
* - denotes competing as an individual