Wildcats on the Move at Pac-12 Championships - Tucson News Now

Wildcats on the Move at Pac-12 Championships

Source: Arizona Athletics Source: Arizona Athletics
 TUCSON, Ariz. – University of Arizona women's golf moved up to third place after round two of the Pac-12 Championships on Tuesday. Hosted by Colorado at Boulder Country Club, play will conclude with Wednesday's third round.

Oregon and UCLA share the team lead with scores of 573 (+5). Arizona rounds out the top three after shooting the field's lowest score of the day, a 282 (-2). The Wildcats hold a combined total of 574, just one stroke off the lead. No. 5 Bronte Law of UCLA leads the individual race with a 137 (-5).

Junior Lindsey Weaver shot a four-under round of 67 to move to a tie for third place. She holds a score of 139 (-3). Senior Kendall Prince moved in to the top 10 with a three-under round of 68 on Tuesday. She sits in a tie for eighth place with a 142 (E).

Sophomore Wanasa Zhou and freshman Krystal Quihuis share a tie for 29th place with scores of 149 (+7). Zhou holds rounds of 77 and 72 while Quihuis shot a 74 and 75. Senior Manon Gidali rounds out the Arizona five in a tie for 32nd place with a 150 (+8).

Play at the Pac-12 Championships will resume at 9 a.m. MST on Wednesday. Arizona is paired with Washington for the final round of play and will tee at 9:40 a.m.

Live scoring is available at golfstat.com. A complete recap and results will be available at ArizonaWildcats.com after each day of competition.
  • SportsMore>>

  • AP FACT CHECK: Football ratings are down; reason unclear

    AP FACT CHECK: Football ratings are down; reason unclear

    Monday, September 25 2017 5:37 PM EDT2017-09-25 21:37:48 GMT
    Monday, September 25 2017 8:08 PM EDT2017-09-26 00:08:21 GMT
    AP FACT CHECK: As president pointed out, NFL ratings are generally down this year. Why that's the case is a more difficult question.
    AP FACT CHECK: As president pointed out, NFL ratings are generally down this year. Why that's the case is a more difficult question.
  • Judge breaks McGwire's HR rookie record, Yankees top Royals

    Judge breaks McGwire's HR rookie record, Yankees top Royals

    Monday, September 25 2017 4:20 PM EDT2017-09-25 20:20:50 GMT
    Monday, September 25 2017 7:59 PM EDT2017-09-25 23:59:06 GMT
    Aaron Judge broke Mark McGwire's major league record for home runs by a rookie, hitting a pair for the second straight day to raise his total to 50 and lead the New York Yankees over the Kansas City Royals 11-3.
    Aaron Judge broke Mark McGwire's major league record for home runs by a rookie, hitting a pair for the second straight day to raise his total to 50 and lead the New York Yankees over the Kansas City Royals 11-3.
  • Saban on how he handles the politics and football conversation

    Saban on how he handles the politics and football conversation

    Monday, September 25 2017 5:01 PM EDT2017-09-25 21:01:19 GMT

    "But to me, some of the things we do in our country, I grew up, they were unifying events and it’s a little painful to see that those things are not so right now. But I also respect everyone’s right not to be censored in terms of the way they express their beliefs."

    "But to me, some of the things we do in our country, I grew up, they were unifying events and it’s a little painful to see that those things are not so right now. But I also respect everyone’s right not to be censored in terms of the way they express their beliefs."

Powered by Frankly