Women's Golf Leads Aztec Invitational By 11 After Two Rounds Of Play
Oct. 20, 2003
SAN DIEGO - San Diego State shot 293 and 291 to build an 11-stroke lead at eight-over 584, heading into Tuesday's final round of action at the Lady Aztec Invitational at The Auld Course. SDSU fell four strokes behind Colorado State after the first round but shot the lowest round of the day to build a cushion. Jenna Wilson led SDSU and is tied for the individual lead at even-par 144. The final 18-holes will begin at 8:00 am PT on Tuesday.
SDSU's first round 293 was the Aztecs' top score of year but only for a short while as they topped it by two strokes in the afternoon under more difficult conditions as the wind picked up. SDSU was the only team to break 300 in the second round.
Freshman Jenna Wilson from Strathaven, Scotland opened with a two-under 70 in the morning and finished with a 74. Wilson is coming off a second place finish at the Colorado Heather Farr Memorial where she fired a closing round 66.
Senior Shayna Miyajima posted the best score of the second round with a two-under 70 to go along with a 75 in the first round and sits in a tie for third after the first day. Jamie Oliver opened with an even par 72 and closed with a 76, to tie for ninth at 148. Sandy Kim posted the second best score of the second round with a one-under 71 and is tied for 15th at 150.
SDSU's second team sits in eighth place out of the 21-team field after the first two rounds after posting scores of 316 and 304 for a 44-over 620. Megan Mulhaupt, Toni Lutz, and Holly Goncalves all fired first day scores of 155 and are tied for 27th.
The final 18-holes of the tournament will begin at 8:00 am PT on Tuesday.