Sept. 17, 2007
(Highlands Ranch, CO) - USF women's golf played better in round two of the 2007 Ron Moore Women's Intercollegiate, but will have to wait until tomorrow to find out how much better as play was suspended due to darkness Monday a the Highlands Rnch Golf Course. The Dons have four to six holes to complete their second round.
San Francisco shot a 316 in the opening round with sophomore Christina Stockton leading the way with a two-over 74. Stockton is one-under after 12 holes, while senior Jessica Potter is two over after 12. Sophomore Natasha Podmore is three-over after 14 on the par-72 course playing at 6,518 yards.
Nebraska led following the first round with a 10-over par 298 and Baylor was second at 300. Tournament host Denver was third at 302 and Tulsa, Mississippi and San Jose State were all tied for fourth at 303.
Play Tuesday begins at 7:45 a.m. Third and final round play will begin immediately following the conclusion of the second round.