Katie Petrino tied a season-low round with a 1-under-par 71.
Louise Oxner is in fourth on the individual leaderboard.
The Cardinals take part in the three-day, 54-hole tournament from March 23-25.
Katie Mitchell finished the event with a 2-over-par 215 to tie for sixth overall.
Louisville trails team-leader Northwestern by three strokes.
Louisville Women's Golf | Cardinal Cup Day 2
Louisville Women's Golf | Cardinal Cup Day 1
Louisville Women's Golf Cardinal Cup | Day 2
Louisville Women's Golf Cardinal Cup | Day 1
JUNIOR SEASON (2014-15)
- Competed in all five tournaments during the fall season
- Registered a win in the Cardinal Kickoff with a two-round score of 141 (3-under)
- Logged a top-10 finish and a tournament low in the Mercedes-Benz Championship, tying for eighth with a 220
- Recorded a 74.1 stroke average through 14 rounds of competition
- Shot a season-low 70 twice - first, in the first round of the Cardinal Kickoff; and then in the first round of the Tar Heel Invitational
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013-14)
- Named Women's Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholar
- Earned AAC Women's Golf Player of the month honor for the month of September after winning two tournaments and also adding an eighth-place finish
- Led the team with a 73.1 stroke average
- Shot a collegiate low 67 three different times
- Won two tournaments in a row, the IU Fall Kickoff and the Cardinal Cup
- Shot a tournament collegiate low 212 in the Cardinal Cup and Central District Invitational
- Logged six top-10 finishes
FRESHMAN SEASON (2012-13)
- Named first team All-BIG EAST
- Appeared in nine tournaments
- Ranked third on the team with a 76.3 stroke average
- Shot a season-best 69 in the first round of the Cardinal Cup
- Finished seventh at the BIG EAST Championship with a tournament-low 220
- Played junior and senior seasons at Heritage Academy, freshman and sophomore seasons at Balboa Academy
- Finished senior year with eight top-five finishes in 10 tournament, winning three tournaments
- Won the Hilton Head Lakes Tournament, for a personal best tournament score of 9-under par in two rounds of play
- Finished second in the Golfweek Invitational
- Won the Central American Championship in Costa Rica
- Also placed first at the 2011 US Teens World Championship
- Finished junior year with 10 Top Five finishes in her 11 tournaments, winning three tournaments
- Was put into the Panama Golf Hall of Fame in 2012
- Earned all-International Junior Golf Tour team honors junior and senior year
- Daughter of Juan Carlos and Sandra Restrepo
- Born on Feb. 10, 1994
- Major is finance