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Tulsa Women in Third-Place at Ping/ASU Invitational

Junior two-time All-American Stacy Prammanasudh moved into sixth place on Saturday following an even-par 72.
Junior two-time All-American Stacy Prammanasudh moved into sixth place on Saturday following an even-par 72.
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April 7, 2001

Tempe, Arizona - The Tulsa women's golf team remains in third-place after two rounds at the 54-hole Ping/ASU Invitational. The Hurricane shot a second round 300 at the par-72 Karsten Golf Course and stands at 602 for the tournament.

Tulsa, tied for third-place with first-round leader TCU, is just five strokes behind the nation's second-ranked Arizona Wildcats, who scored the day's best round of 293 for a 36-hole total of 597. Host Arizona State is in second-place with a score of 600, following a 298 today. Rounding out the top-10 teams is fifth-place Southern Cal, New Mexico, California, New Mexico State, Stanford and Oregon State.

TU two-time junior All-American Stacy Prammanasudh scored an even-par 72 and jumped from 17th place after the first round to sixth place with a three-over par total of 147. Fellow junior Dani Mallon improved two strokes with a 74 today and moved into 21st place at six-over par 150.

Tulsa's freshman duo of Julie Tvede and Suzie Fisher is in 27th and 33rd place, respectively. Tvede has carded two straight rounds of 76 for a 152 total, while Fisher scored 78 today for a 153 total. Sophomore Maiko Senda is in 49th place with a 156 total, following a round of 79 today.

Arizona's Lorena Ochoa, the nation's top-ranked golfer, continues to lead in the individual race with an even-par 72 today for a one-under par 143 two round total, just one stroke ahead of second-place Kelli Mamimura of Washington.

The tournament will conclude on Sunday with the final 18 holes.