Anderson Moves Into 12th at NCAA West Regional
Release: May 11, 2012
ERIE, Colo. - North Dakota State's Amy Anderson shot a 1-under-par 71 and moved into a tie for 12th place at the NCAA West Regional women's golf tournament Friday, May 11, at the Colorado National Golf Club.
Anderson, a junior from Oxbow, N.D., is in a seven-way tie at 2-over 146 seven shots behind individual leader Catherine O'Donnell of North Carolina, who shot a 3-under 69 Friday and is at 5-under 139 overall.
Only two individuals not on the top eight teams will advance to the NCAA national championship May 22-25 at Vanderbilt. San Jose State's Megan Osland has a 144 and there is a tie at 145 between Iowa State's Punpaka Phuntumabamrung and Oklahoma's Chirapat Jao-Javanil.
Stanford has the team lead at 4-over-par 580, LSU is second with a 581, North Carolina and UCLA are tied for third at 586, Baylor is fifth (593), Texas Tech sixth (594), Pepperdine seventh (596) and California eighth (597).
The final round is scheduled to begin at 7:30 a.m. MT with Anderson teeing off at 8:25 a.m. MT. She'll play with BYU individual Maggie Yuan, who is tied for 19th at 3-over 147, and Idaho individual Kayla Mortellaro, who is tied for 22nd at 4-over 148.