No. 2 Pepperdine in Second Place After Two Rounds of Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational
Oct. 11, 2005
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Sammamish, Wash. - Rain, wind and cold temperatures made scoring difficult during Day 2 of the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational at the par-72, 6,192-yard Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Washington.
Arizona State was able to handle the conditions the best on Tuesday and is the second-round leader after shooting a 7-over par 295. The Sun Devils hold a six-shot advantage over second-ranked Pepperdine, which after a slow start, finished with a 19-over par total of 307.
The Waves shot 15-over par on the front nine before turning things around and playing the back nine 4-over par.
Arizona State has a 36-hole score of 19-over par 595 while Pepperdine is at 25-over par 601.
UNLV (607) is third, Long Beach State (615) is in fourth place and USC and Arizona are tied for fifth at 40-over par 616.
Only two players (Arizona State's Jennifer Osborn and San Francisco's Jessica Potter) managed to break par in the tough conditions. Osborn fired a 2-under par 69 and leads the tournament with a 2-under score of 142. Potter shot a 1-under 71 and is tied for 11th with a 7-over par score of 151.
Osborn holds a five-shot advantage over UNLV's Da Sol Chung (147).
Stanford's Jenni Tangtiphaibootana is in third place with a 4-over par score of 148 while Pepperdine sophomore Leanne Bowditch and Arizona State's Azahara Munoz are tied for fourth with 5-over totals of 149.
Bowditch is one of three Pepperdine players tied for the top six spots. Sophomore Stephanie Gelleni carded a 3-over par 75 on Tuesday and, along with junior teammate Eileen Vargas, is among a group of five players tied for sixth with 6-over par scores of 150.
Pepperdine is scheduled to begin Wednesday's final round at 9:25 a.m. and will be grouped with Arizona State and UNLV. The tournament can be followed live on the Internet at www.golfstat.com.