The University of Arizona women’s golf team is in the mix for a title with a round to go at the Pac-12 championships.
The Wildcats are in second place, just a shot back of leader UCLA, heading into today’s final round in Corvallis, Ore.
UA shot a 1-under 287 Saturday for the second straight day to give it a 574 total. Stanford (577) is in third place.
UA’s Lindsey Weaver is tied for the individual lead with a 4-under 140 total.
Wildcats Kendall Prince, Wanasa Zhou and Jessica Vasilic were all tied for 12th place with a 2-over 146 total.
The UA men had a tough time at the Pac-12 championships at Marana’s Gallery Golf Club on Saturday.
UA shot a 29-over 389 to slip into eighth place with a 49-over 1,129. Stanford is in first with a 3-over 1,083.
“Looking at just the scores, it’s a disappointing day,” UA coach Jim Anderson said. “What doesn’t show up is how difficult the course was playing.”
UA’s Alex McMahon is tied for sixth among individuals with a 2-over 218. He shot a 75 Saturday.
The final round begins at 7:30 a.m. today.