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TU Women Still in Third Place But Close the Gap at Dick McGuire Invitational

TU's two-time All-American Stacy Prammanasudh scored the best round on Friday with a three-under par 70 for an even-par 146 two-round total.
TU's two-time All-American Stacy Prammanasudh scored the best round on Friday with a three-under par 70 for an even-par 146 two-round total.
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Sept. 22, 2000

Albuquerque, NM - After two rounds at the Comcast/Dick McGuire Invitational, the Tulsa women's golf team remains in third-place but is just three strokes behind leader Pepperdine. Tulsa began the day 10 strokes off the lead.

The Hurricane shot the day's best round on Friday with a 291 at the University of New Mexico Championship Golf Course Albuquerque, New Mexico. Tulsa's 36-hole total is eight-under par 592.

Pepperdine shot a round of 294 for a 589 total, while first round leader Arizona, dropped to 299 today for a six-over par 590 total. Rounding out the top-10 teams are New Mexico (604), Oklahoma (609), UCLA (613), Texas Tech (614), Colorado State (615), Baylor (617) and TCU (618).

For the Hurricane, junior two-time All-American Stacy Prammanasudh scored the best round of the day with a three-under par 70 today for an even-par 146 two-round total. She is in fourth place, and followed by freshman Suzie Fisher who carded a 76 today for a one-over par 147 total.

Arizona's Lorena Ochoa leads the individual race by three strokes with a six-under 140 total. BYU's Carrie Summerhays is in second place with a 143 total, followed by Katherine Hull of Pepperdine with a two-under 144.

Tulsa junior Dani Mallon is in 16th place with a four-over par 150 total. Sophomore Maiko Senda shot a 72 today after an 80 yesterday, while freshman Julie Tvede improved upon yesterday's 87 with an even-par 73 today. Senda is in 24th place, while Tvede moved up to 69th place.

The 54-hole tournament will conclude on Saturday.