Women's Golf
    Women's Golf Tied For Second After Second Day Of Pac-10 Championships
    Freshman Irene Cho is tied for 12th after two rounds of Pac-10 play
    Freshman Irene Cho is tied for 12th after two rounds of Pac-10 play

    April 25, 2003

    Complete Results

    Corvallis, Ore. - The No. 3 USC women's golf team shot 302 on Friday to stay within striking distance of first-place California as the 2003 Pac-10 Women's Golf Championships ended its second day at Trysting Tree Golf Club.

    The Women of Troy have a 32-hole score of 596 (+20), five strokes behind the Golden Bears (591, +15). Arizona--the three-time defending champ--is deadlocked with USC, with UCLA fourth (598) and Arizona State fifth (605).

    Senior All-American Mikaela Parmlid is tied for second with Vikki Laing of California at one under (143), one stroke back of Arizona State's Blair O'Neal (142).

    Sarah Huarte of California is fourth (144), and Erica Blasberg of Arizona and Anne Lee of Washington are tied for fifth (146).

    Also for USC, senior Becky Lucidi is tied for eighth (148), freshman Irene Cho is tied for 12th (150), junior Anna Rawson is tied for 30th (156) and freshman Tanya Dergal is tied for 41st (158).

    The tournament concludes with 18 holes on Saturday beginning at 8 a.m.