- Published: 09 May 2017 09 May 2017
May 9, 2017 - Freshman Jaya Rampuri led the Clan in the second day of action at the Super Regional 4 at the Wichita Falls Country Club, shooting a 1-over-par 73 on Tuesday.
By GNAC Staff
WICHITA FALLS, Tex. – Simon Fraser freshman Jaya Rampuri led the Clan in the second day of action at the Super Regional 4 at the Wichita Falls Country Club, shooting a 1-over-par 73 on Tuesday while the team dropped to 12th place.
Simon Fraser improved in its first round, shooting a 27-over-par 315 in the second round for an overall score of 57-over-par 633 between the two rounds. The Clan is in 12th place going into the final day of competition at the 6,149-yard par 72 course.
Rampuri started on the tenth hole and shot two birdies on her first three holes. She then shot a 1-under-par 35 in the front nine to move up to 24th place on the leaderboard with an overall score of 9-over-par 153. She improved on her first-round score by seven strokes and moved from 39th place to 24th.
Emily Leung put together another consistent performance for the Clan, shooting a 4-over-par 76 in the second round. She recorded six consecutive pars and got a birdie on the 12th hole and was in a tie for 13th place with four others when she finished the day. She is now six strokes behind first place and tied for the lead among West Region golfers.
Based on where the team standings are currently, Leung is one stroke behind and Rampuri is three strokes back, of the national-qualifying pace set by Mary Weinstein from Regis, who sits in ninth after rounds of 75 and 75 and for a 150 total.
The top three teams and top three individuals not on an advancing team earn a berth in the NCAA National Championships.
SFU's Erin Farner recorded her first counting score of the tournament, shooting an 11-over-par 83 with a birdie on the 17th hole. Farner tallied five pars and didn't do any worse than a bogey on any hole. Farner is in a tie for 63rd.
Belinda Lin also recorded an 11-over-par 83 in the second round with eight pars on the day. Lin is now tied for 58th place at 19 strokes over par between the two rounds. She was 39th after round one. Junior Kylie Jackhas shot rounds of 83 and 85, and her 168 total leaves her in 65th place in the standings
Western Washington is represented individually by Jenn Paul, who shot a 3-over-par 75 in the second round. Paul is in a tie for 17th place with an overall score of 8-over-par 152 after two days.
The super regional tournament wraps up on Wednesday with play beginning at 8:30 a.m. The tee times will be announced after every team has completed the second round.