STILLWATER, OK - Arizona is in third place after shooting even par in the third round of the NCAA Women's Golf Championships at Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
The Cats are 16-over par and by finishing inside the top-15 have advanced to the final round of stroke play on Monday.
Junior Bianca Pagdanganan is tied for third place after shooting a 1-under par round of 71.
She will head into the final round of stroke play one shot back of the leaders and will be looking to become the fifth Wildcat to become the NCAA Individual National Champion.
Freshman Yu-Sang Hou is tied for 24th at 4-over par after posting a 3-over par round of 75 in her third round.
The top-15 teams from the third round of play advanced to the final round of stroke play on Monday when the individual national champion will be crowned.
The top-8 teams after the fourth round of stroke play will advance to match play to determine a national champion.
The qualifying 15 teams are: Alabama, UCLA, Arizona, Northwestern, USC, Duke, Stanford, Kent State, Florida State, Baylor, Arkansas, Furman, Texas, Washington, and Louisville.
Alabama leads the tournament at 2-under par and is eight shots ahead of second place UCLA.
Jennifer Kupcho of Wake Forest and Cheyenne Knight of Alabama lead the individual competition at 8-under par, and is one shot ahead of Pagdanganan.