By Scott Bricker
Arizona Daily Wildcat
February 12, 1997

Top-ranked UA in 4th place after 2 rounds

The top-ranked Arizona women's golf team shot a team total 309 yesterday and dropped from second place into a tie for fourth with Tulsa after the second round of the Regional Challenge in Los Angeles.

The Wildcats two-day total of 605 places them behind the Stanford Cardinal, which shot an impressive 295 today to leapfrog the Wildcats and San Jose State to take sole possession of first place. San Jose State fired a 302 today and dropped into third place. UCLA stands in second place after two rounds having shot a 297 on the par-71, 5,912-yard course at the Palos Verdes Country Club.

Arizona's Marisa Baena fired her second consecutive 76 today, the lowest score of the five Wildcat golfers. It was a disappointing day as no Arizona golfer improved on their first round score. Baena is in a three-way tie for 14th place overall.

Krissie Register is second among the Wildcats with a 9-over-par 151, good enough to place her in a tie for 11th place. Other UA golfers include Heather Graff, tied for 17th place at 153, Jenna Daniels at 156 and in a tie for 25th place and Jill Gomric at 162.

Texas' Heather Bowie and Tulsa's Christine Kuld are tied for the individual overall lead at 2-over-par 144 after both played to the tune of 1-under-par 71's today.

The tournament concludes today with the final 18 holes. Tee time is scheduled for 8:30 a.m.

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