After two rounds at the NCAA Lubbock Regional, the Texas women’s golf team sits in fifth place at 589, 13-over-par.
The top six teams will advance to the NCAA Championship and the Longhorns are currently ahead of Kent State and UCLA by three strokes.
Sophia Schubert is tied for fourth after shooting a 71 to match her first-round score. She opened the day with a birdie and made par on the 17 remaining holes to sit at 2-under for the tournament.
Haley Mills is tied for 22nd after shooting 72, four strokes better than her opening round. She was even on Tuesday, making three bogeys and three birdies in the round.
Julia Beck shot a 74 to finish the day tied for 36th. She was even through the front nine but three bogeys on the back nine had her 2-over on the day.
Greta Isabella Voelker saw the biggest improvement among Texas golfers as she was even in the second round. Her first-round score of 81 had her in 80th. She fired five birdies on the back nine of Tuesday’s round to finish in a tie for 49th.
Emilee Hoffman shot 77 for the second day in a row to sit at 154, 10-over overall. She’s tied for 56th place.
Arizona State has the team lead at 6-under-par after finishing the second round at 11-under. Texas Tech is in second place at 6-over with Oregon and Furman tied for third one stroke back.
Monica Vaughn of Arizona State leads all individuals at 5-under after her second-round 68.