Oct. 10, 2006
(Sammamish, WA) - USF women's golf came out swinging in the second round of the 2006 Edean Ihlanfeldt, hosted by Washington at the Sahalee Country Club. The Dons passed Cal and Oregon State to climb to 13th place, posting a 312 for a two round total of 636 (324, 312). Three Dons rebounded after tough opening rounds, climbing the ranks of the elite collegiate field of golfers.
After struggling in the first round, junior Jessica Potter regained momentum today, posting a three-over 75 for a total score of 163 (88, 75). Potter recorded a pair of birdies and led the team with 11 pars. Freshman Natasha Podmore still leads the Green and Gold in the individual ranks, tied for 16th at 152 (75, 77).
No. 13 Stanford posted the only sub-300 score of the day and leaped into the first place spot at 600 (303, 297). New Mexico holds second place at 601 (301, 300), followed by No. 6 Arizona State in third at 605 (299, 306). Pepperdine and No. 4 Arizona round out the top five at 609 (302, 307) and 614 (301, 313), respectively.
Stanford's Mari Chun still holds first place individually at 140 (68, 72).
The final round will begin Wednesday, October 11 at 8:00 am. Visit www.usfdons.com for live scoring and a full recap and results.