Oct. 18, 2003
STANFORD, Calif. - The fourth-ranked New Mexico women's golf team is in sixth place after two rounds at the Stanford/Pepsi Women's Intercollegiate. The Lobos shot a four-over 292 Saturday afternoon (Oct. 18) and are a total of six-over at 582 (290-292). Top-ranked Duke currently leads the tournament with a score of 281-278-559. The nationally prestigious field features nine teams ranked in the Top 25, including six in the top 10.
Freshman Ashley Rollins (Austin, Texas) shot a two-over 74 on Saturday but picked up two strokes the hard way with a hole-in-one on the par-3 17th hole. Rollins (75-74-149) finished the round tied for 43rd place.
Senior Katrina Leckovic (Burnaby, British Columbia) carded the best round of the day with a one-under 71 and is also one-under par after two rounds (72-71-143). Leckovic leads the Lobos and stands in a tie for 15th place.
Junior Kailin Downs (Bend, Ore.) shot even-par 72 Saturday for a two-round total of 73-72-145 (+1) heading into the final round, good for a tie in 24th place.
Junior Shannon Johnson (Sioux Falls, S.D.) is in a tie for 34th place with a score of 70-78-148 (+4) and sophomore Christine Fernandez (Henderson, Nev.) is in a tie for 58th with a score of 77-75-152 (+8).
Duke's Elizabeth Janangelo leads the field by three strokes (68-67-135) after two rounds.
The Lobos return to action for the final round of the Stanford/Pepsi Women's Intercollegiate tomorrow (Sunday, Oct. 19).