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Women's Golf Remains In Fifth After Second Round Of Nationals
Posted: Wednesday, May 10, 2006
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, FL - The UW-Eau Claire women's golf team remains in fifth place out of 10 teams, but fell further behind first place Methodist College after it shot a second round 338 (+46) today at the NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championships held at Mission Inn Golf and Tennis Resort.
The Blugolds second round was four shots better than their first round and they now have a total score of 680 (+96). Methodist extended its lead over the field with a two-round score of 615 (+31). DePauw University continues to be in second with a score 652 (+68). Third and fourth place flip-flopped after the second round as Gustavus Adolphus is now third with a score of 656 (+72) and in fourth is Wartburg College with a score of 664 (+80).
Maggie Loney (Sr.-River Falls, WI) started the day tied for sixth place overall just two shots behind the leader. However, she shot a second round 84 (+11) and is now in 14th place with a score of (+16), nine shots behind the leader.
The best round of the day by the Blugolds was by Jesse Thompson (Jr.-Plover, WI/SPASH), who shot an 80 (+7) and is now tied for 20th place with a score of (+20).
Kim Huber (So.-Vadnais Heights, MN/White Bear Lake) is the next highest Blugolds as she shot four strokes better in her second round, posting an 85 (+12) today, which puts her in a tie for 34th place with a overall score of (+28).
For the second consecutive day, Meghan Sobotta (So.-Arcadia, WI) shot an 89 (+16), which puts her at (+32) overall and tied for 44th. Becky Washleski (Fr.-Cambridge, MN/Cambridge-Isanti) shot a 93 (+20) and is in 56th place at (+47) overall.
The third round gets underway tomorrow at 8 a.m. eastern standard time.
- JR -