Oct. 17, 2009
The UCLA women's golf team remained in second place after two rounds at the Stanford Intercollegiate in Palo Alto Saturday.
The No.2 ranked Bruins continued to trail top-ranked Arizona State, which increased its lead to six strokes. UCLA was at seven-under par 561 after posting an even par score of 284. The Sun Devils posted a two-under par score of 282 and owned a 36-hole total of 555. Texas was third at 564 (-4), followed by Vanderbilt at 573 (+5) and fifth-place Washington at 579 (+11).
Individually for the Bruins, freshman Tiffany Lua continued to chase the leaders. She posted a 72 (+1) and was tied for sixth at three-under par 139. Sophomore Brianna Do was in ninth place at 140 (-2) after carding a 69 (-2) on Saturday. Senior Sydnee Michaels was tied for 10th at even par 140, following a second round 71 (E). Sophomore Stephanie Kono recorded a score of 75 (+4) and was tied for 22nd at 144 (+2). Junior Glory Yang was tied for 27th at 145 (+3) after posting a 73 (+2).
Junior Lalita Boonnoppornkul, playing as an individual, was tied for 45th at 150 (+8) after signing for a 77 (+6).
ASU's Carlotta Ciganda and Vanderbilt's Marina Alex were tied for the lead at 137 (-5).
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