April 25, 2003
The 13th ranked UCLA women's golf team is in fourth place after the second round at the Pac-10 Championships, hosted by Oregon State at Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis, OR.
On Friday, the Bruins posted a team score of 300, 12-over par, for a 36-hole total of 598. They trail first place California by seven shots. Arizona and USC are tied for second at 596, Arizona State is fifth at 605.
Individually, junior Hana Kim and sophomore Charlotte Mayorkas are tied for eighth place at four-over par 148. Each player posted her second straight score of 74 on Friday. Juniors Melissa Martin and Krystal Shearer are tied for 16th place at 152, eight-over par. Shearer, playing as an individual, posted a score of 75, and Martin carded her second straight 76. Gina Umeck contributed a 76 and is tied for 19th place at 153 and freshman Susie Mathews is tied for 30th at 156.
Arizona State Blair O'Neal fired a three-under par 69 to take the two-round lead at 142, two-under par. Tied for second place at one-under par 143 are Cal's Vikki Laing and USC's Mikaela Parmlid.
Final round action continues Saturday.