Jaclyn Jansen shot a 1-under 71 Monday.
Nov. 1, 2010
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - The Baylor women's golf team moved up one spot to seventh place Monday after 36 holes at the Alamo Invitational at Briggs Ranch Golf Club.
No. 38 TCU, which entered Monday in second place, owns a six-stroke lead over No. 13 Tulane in second place. No. 42 Texas A&M and No. 17 Colorado are tied for third, followed by No. 18 Notre Dame in fifth place. Host UTSA is in sixth place at 15-over (298-293=591), while the Lady Bears are three shots behind the Roadrunners at 18-over (303-291=594).
TCU's Brooke Beeler holds a one-stroke lead through 36 holes at 7-under 137. Colorado's Jessica Wallace is second at 6-under 143, while Tulane's Ashley McKenney and Colorado's Emily Talley are tied for third at 1-under 143. Four golfers are tied for fifth at even-par 144.
"We played well Monday and I didn't see a lot of mistakes," head coach Sylvia Ferdon said. "Our team was much more focused Monday and I'm proud of the way they bounced back from Sunday's round."
Senior Lene Hafsten-Morch is tied for 15th overall at 3-over 147 after a second-round 73. Jaclyn Jansen, who carded Baylor's first sub-par round of the tournament with a 71 Monday, is tied for 19th at 4-over 148. Chelsey Cothran is tied for 27th at 6-over 150, while Morgan Chambers is in 33rd at 7-over 151.
"We need to keep it rolling Tuesday and try to move up a couple of spots in the standings and beat the teams we need to beat," Ferdon said. "Overall, we played really hard and we built some confidence heading into the final round."
The final round of the Alamo Invitational will begin with an 8:30 a.m. CDT shotgun start Tuesday at Briggs Ranch. Live scoring will be available at www.golfstat.com.