Jayhawks improve in day two at UA-Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate
Oct. 27, 2007
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – After two rounds of play the University of Kansas women’s golf team advanced one spot in the team leaderboard to 16th place, shooting 629 at the UA-Ann Rhoads Intercollegiate in Tuscaloosa, Ala., Saturday. The Jayhawks fired a second-round score 312, improving five strokes from Friday’s opening round.
Arkansas, who is currently ranked sixth in national polls, continues to hold the top spot in the 18-team field with a score of 595 (295-300), followed by Louisville in second place with 596 (297-299) at the NorthRiver Golf Club.
Kansas sophomore Emily Powers and senior Annie Giangrosso each fired a 73 in the second round for a two-round score of 152 and 154, respectively. Powers is currently tied for30th place, while Giangrosso sits in a tie for 42nd place.
Freshman Grace Thiry shot an 82 for a two-round score of 161 (79-82) and is tied for 78th place. Just one stokes behind her is fellow freshman, Meghna Bal, who shot 84 for a two-round score of 162 and is tied for 80th place. Freshmen Sydney Wilson also shot an 84 in the second round and is currently tied for 91st place.
Furman University’s Stefanie Kenoyer and Arkansas’ Stacy Lewis are in tie for the top spot individually shooting 144 after two rounds.The final round is slated for a shotgun start on Sunday at 8:40 a.m. CDT
For complete results at the completion of each day, please visit golfstatresults.com.