The Bruins posted the best team score of the day – 289 (+1) – and rose six spots into the lead at 588 (+12) after 36 holes. California was second at 589 (+13) following its round of 294 (+6), followed by Florida and Alabama in a third place tie at 592 (+16). In fifth place was Ohio State at 593 (+17).
Freshman Alison Lee and junior Erynne Lee each led the Bruins with individual scores of 71 (-1) in the second round. Alison birdied her final hole, the ninth to slip under par. She was tied for 16th place at 146 (+2), and Erynne Lee was tied for 20th at 147 (+3). Erynne made four birdies and three bogeys. Also tied for 20th was freshman Bronte Law, who posted a score of 74 (+2) after making four birdies, four bogeys and a double bogey. Sophomore Louise Ridderstrom was tied for 28th place at 148 (+4) after carding a score of 73 (+1) in the second round. Senior Ani Gulugian was tied for 94th at 160 (+16).
Kent State’s Wad Phaewhichimplee continued to hold the individual lead at six-under par 138 following a 73 (+1) on Friday.
After 54 holes of stroke play, the top eight teams advance at each of the three regional tournaments to the NCAA Women’s Golf Championship, May 20-23 at the Tulsa Country Club.
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