The women’s golf team put a tough opening round behind it and improved by three strokes in the second round of the NCAA Championships yesterday at The Traditions Club in Bryan, Texas. The Cardinal is now in 18th place halfway through the four-round tournament with a combined score of 313.
UCLA leads the field at eight-over par through two rounds, but seven teams remain within eight strokes of the Bruins.
Stanford is not among them at 29 strokes back, but saw some nice individual performances on Thursday<\p>–<\p>sophomore Kristina Wong is tied for 63rd and her classmate Sally Watson is tied for 49th.
Freshman Marissa Mar is tied for 77th at 10 over par, but shot a 75 in the second round for the Cardinal.
Third-round play continues today.