Tournament Results (PDF)
STANFORD, Calif. - The Penn women's golf teamendured anothertough day Friday at the NCAA West Regional, and remains 24th in the 24-team field heading into Saturday's final round.
From the Quakers' lineup, only freshman Isabel Han was able to stay inside of double digits to par Friday. In fact, she was at even par through eight holes before suffering back-to-back bogeys, then bogeying three of the last four holes to finish at 5-over-par 76. Through two rounds, Han is at 157 which has her tied for 80th overall.
Senior Meredith Kotowski had a tough time going out on Friday, then had an up-and-down back nine and finished the day at 81, 10-over par. After two rounds she is at 163, which has her tiedfor 110th overall.
Tiffany Cheung was undone by a couple of holes on Friday, which offset an otherwise solid round. Sheended the day at 12-over-par 83, putting her at 159 for two rounds which has her tied for 92nd.
Catherine Elliott struggled early but seemed to regain her composure over the last 10 holes in finishing at 83. For the tournament so far, Elliott has shot 173 and is 118th overall.
Lisette Vitter, who shot Penn's best score on Thursday (74)but signed an incorrect scorecard to disqualify her round, shot an 87 on Friday.
On Saturday, Penn will play with 22nd-place Oral Roberts and 23rd-place Texas State. Vitter will get the day started for the Quakers, teeing off from the 10th hole at 1:25 p.m. (4:25 Eastern). She will be followed by Elliott at 1:36, Kotowski at 1:47, and Cheung at 1:58. Han will round out the group, teeing off at 2:09 p.m.
Arizona remains the team leader through two rounds; the Wildcats had Friday's best team score at 294 and have a two-round score of 585 which puts them three strokes ahead of UCLA (296 Friday, 588 overall) and 10 ahead of Alabama (300 Friday, 595 overall). Individually, Madeleine Ziegert of San Jose State shot 74 on Friday and remains in first place at 141, 1-under par. LSU's Megan McChrystal is at even par, while Alabama's Camilla Lennarth shot the day's best round (70) and is third at 143, 1-over par.
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