April 28, 2012
On moving day at the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship, every player on the No. 1 ranked UCLA team improved her score. The result improved UCLA's score by 14 shots from the previous day.
Still, the team race tightened.
California and Colorado improved by 23 and 24 strokes, respectively, and took over first and second place, while the top four teams remained with eight shots of the lead. The Golden Bears were atop the leaderboard at 589 (+13), thanks to a team score of 283 (-5) and the Buffaloes were stampeding at their heels in second place at 592 (+16), the beneficiaries of a second round score of 284 (-4). UCLA was third at 594 (+18) improving with a team score of 290 (+2). USC was fourth at 595 (+19) and ASU was fifth at 597 (+21).
Junior Tiffany Lua enjoyed the most improvement, chopping six strokes off her opening round and carding a one-under par 71. She was tied for seventh place at 148 (+4). Freshman Erynne Lee added an even par 72, an improvement of two strokes from Friday's round. She was tied for third place at 146 (+2). Tied for 17th place at 150 (+6) were senior Brianna Do and junior Lee Lopez, who shaved four and two shots, respectively, off their first round scores. Finally, sophomore Ani Gulugian improved by four shots with a 74 (+2) and was tied for 29th at 152 (+8).
Cal's Daniela Holmquist and Arizona State's Giulia Molinaro were tied for the 36-hole lead at one-over par 145.
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