Women's Golf remains in third place at Stanford Intercollegiate after two rounds of play
Oct. 17, 2009
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- The University of Texas Women's Golf team followed its school record-setting opening round at the Stanford Intercollegiate with a 1-over-par 285 to remain in third place at 4-under 564 (279-285) after 36 holes. Freshman Madison Pressel (65-73=138, -4) continues to lead the Longhorns on the individual leaderboard with a 4-under 138 and is tied for third place in the 54-hole event.
After setting the school single-round record on Friday afternoon with a 6-under 65, Pressel carded a 2-over 73 with a scorecard that included three birdies and five bogies. Pressel slipped from atop the leaderboard and into a three-way tie for third place and just one stroke behind individual leaders Marina Alex (Vanderbilt, 66-71=137, -5) and Carlota Ciganda (Arizona State, 67-70=137).
Freshman Katelyn Sepmoree fired a team-best 2-under 69 to climb 32 places on the leaderboard and into a tie for 41st place at 7-over 149 (80-69). Sepmoree rebounded from an opening-round 9-over 80 with five birdies, including her last two holes on the Stanford Golf Course, and three bogeys.
Sophomore Nicole Vandermade (72-71) and freshman Haley Stephens (70-73) are tied for 17th place at 1-over 143. Senior Shannon Fish (72-72) rounded out the squad with her second-consecutive 1-over 72 and is tied for 22nd at 2-over 144.
Arizona State (273-282=555, -13) built upon its first-round lead and holds a seven-stroke advantage over second-place UCLA (277-285=562, -6). Texas leads fourth-place Vanderbilt (290-283=573, +5) by nine strokes heading into Sunday's final round.
The Horns will tee off again on Sunday morning with the Sun Devils and Bruins beginning at 11 a.m. Central. Live scoring will be available at www.Golfstat.com.
Stanford Intercollegiate Results - Day Two