Sept. 15, 2007
The fourth-ranked UCLA women's golf team posted the only score under par on Saturday and increased its lead at the Mason Rudolph Championship hosted by Vanderbilt at The Legends Club in Franklin, TN.
The Bruins fired a team score of 283 (-5) and led the field with a 36-hole total of 564 (-12). Arizona State was second at 573 (-3), followed by top-ranked Duke at 576 (E). Arizona was fourth at 583 (+7). Oklahoma State and Florida were tied for fifth place at eight-over par 584.
Individually, freshman Maria Jose Uribe paced the Bruins with a sizzling six-under par 66. She carded six birdies and no bogeys on her way to climbing into a tie for fourth place at 140 (-4). Junior Tiffany Joh dropped out of first place and was third at five-under par 139. She carded a two-over par 74. Freshman Glory Yang posted a solid two-under par 70 and was in seventh place at 141 (-3). Sophomore Sydnee Michaels was tied for 15th place at even par 144 after posting a 73 (+2) and Junior Ryann O'Toole was tied for 64th at 10-over 154.
Junior Maiya Tanaka, playing as an individual, was tied for 36th place at 149 (+5) after signing for a 77 (+5).
Duke's Amanda Blumenherst was the second round leader at 10-under par 134 after posting a score of 68 (-4).
Final round action continues Sunday.
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