Golfers Slip Four Spots at NCAA Golf Regional

A report on day two of the NCAA Women's golf regional is featured.

Greenville, N.C.--Auburn dropped from first to fifth place on day two of the NCAA Women's Golf East Regional on Friday.

After shooting an eight-under-par score of 280 on Thursday, round two was more of a struggle as the Tigers finished with a 295.

Duke, which was 10 shots behind Auburn after round one, shot a 10-under-par round on Friday to reel in the Tigers and take the lead with a 10-under-par 568 total.

Tennessee is second at 570 and is followed by Pepperdine at 571 and South Carolina at 574.

Auburn, which is at 575, is one under par for the tournament and four strokes ahead of sixth place Vandy.

The top eight of the 24 teams at the event qualify for the nationals. Tulane is seventh at 580, one shot ahead of Florida.

The top two teams below the cut line with 18 holes left to play, Texas Tech and TCU, are tied at 583.

Senior Candace Schepperle shot the low round of the day for the Tigers with an even par 72. She is one under after 36 holes of play.

Auburn's Carlie Yadloczky putts on Friday at the Ironwood Country Club course.

Freshman Carlie Yadloczky shot a 72 to go with a 68 on Thursday and is Auburn's individual leader for the tournament and seventh overall.

Junior Cydney Clanton, who had an opening round 71, shot a 76 on Friday.

Patricia Sanz, who did not count in the scoring on day one with a 75, shot a 74 for the Tigers on Friday. Haley Wilson, who opened with a 70 for the Tigers, shot a 77 on Friday.

The top eight teams at each of the three NCAA regionals will advance to the NCAA Championships scheduled for May 18-21 in Wilmington, N.C.


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