Women's Golf One Stroke Behind in the BIG EAST Championship After Two Rounds

 
Emily Haas leads the field at the BIG EAST Championship

Emily Haas leads the field at the BIG EAST Championship

April 22, 2013

Orlando, Fla. - The Louisville women's golf team shot a 293 to finish over par in the second round of the BIG EAST Women's Golf Championship at Reunion Resort in Orlando, Fla. The Cardinals are one stroke off the leader with a score of 580. No. 26 Notre Dame took over the lead with a score of 579.

"We left a few shots out there today but we are happy to be in this position heading into the final round," said head coach Courtney Trimble. "This is what we have been working for all season to have this opportunity."

Sophomore Emily Haas shot a collegiate low of 68 in the second round to take the lead after two rounds. Haas has a one stroke lead with a score of 140, which ties for the lowest score after 36 holes all-time at the BIG EAST championship. Notre Dame's Talia Campbell is second with a score of 141.

Four Cardinals finished the day in the top-10, including Emily Haas (1st, 140) Katie Petrino (5th, 145), Laura Restrepo (T-7th, 147), and Tara Lyons (T-10th, 148). Senior Candice Wiley is tied for 36th with a score of 160.

Petrino and Restrepo both finished the day shooting a 74. Lyons finished the day shooting a 77 while Wiley finished with an 80.

The 2013 BIG EAST Women's Golf Championship will finish tomorrow with 18 holes from Reunion Resort with tee times beginning at 8:00 a.m.

Second Round standings:

 

 

1. Notre Dame 294 285 = 579

2. Louisville 287 293 = 580

3. Cincinnati 304 298 = 602

4. Seton Hall 301 303 = 603

5. St. John's 302 303 = 605

6. South Florida 305 307 = 612

7. Georgetown 305 309 = 614

8. Rutgers 304 318 = 622

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