Moving Day

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USC women's golf is in the hunt after day two of the NCAA Championships at the Vanderbilt Legends Club sitting in seventh place 14 strokes back from first place Alabama.

MediaHandler.ashx.jpgThe women's golf team national championship is decided by a four-day medal play tournament, so the Women of Troy are in good position at the halfway point.  USC has finished in the top five for six consecutive years, including winning it all in 2008.

"We are still in it," said two-time NCAA championship winning head coach Andrea Gaston. "We were solid today, but we felt we could have finished stronger and could have done more. We gave up a few strokes. Going into tomorrow, we need to make some putts, hopefully get off to a good start and give ourselves an opportunity on the final day. We need to generate some momentum."

Click here for the recap of day two.

The Trojans have been led by freshman Doris Chen (photo by Pac-12), who fired a 3-under 69 after a first round 75, and sits in 13th place overall.

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