KIM SURGES UP LEADER BOARD AT BIG 12 CHAMPIONSHIPS|
April 25, 2009
LUBBOCK, Texas - The Texas Tech women's golf team shaved 14 strokes off their first-round total Saturday at The Rawls Course and Rosalyn Kim surged to 11th place after the second round of the Big 12 Championship.
Four of the five Lady Raiders improved on their second round of the Big 12 Championships as the conditions seemed to be a little calmer. The improvement moved Tech up one spot to 11th, over Iowa State, with a two-day total of 638.
Kim was one of only five players that shot even-par 73. Kim moved up 17 spots on the day and sits tied for 11th going into the final round.
Megan Dowdy started the day in 11th but faltered on her first two holes hitting double bogeys. Dowdy struggled the rest of the round carding a eight-over 81 and dropped to 32nd. Alex Gibson improved two stroke from day one with a round two score of 81.
Gloriana Soto had the second-best improvement as she shot a six-over 79 compared to an opening day 86. Soto is in 53rd and Jackie Smith had the biggest improvement on the day. She improved by nine strokes with her six-over 79.
Oklahoma State continues to lead the team race at 13-over and Texas A&M sits in second at 19-over.
The final round for Texas Tech starts at 8:50 a.m. off of the No. 10 tee box. Live results of the tournament can be seen at www.big12sports.com or www.golfstat.com.