2011 Women's Golf Championship Central
The Texas Longhorns claimed the lead after the second round in the 2011 Big 12 Women's Golf Championship with a seven-over par 583 total at the par 72, 6,234-yard course at The Club at Old Hawthorne.
UT's combined score of 583 is the lowest after two rounds in the event's history. The Longhorns fired a one-under 287 in the second round after shooting a 296 on day one.
Iowa State climbed from seventh to second with a round two score of three-under par 285, a record for the lowest second round score in the Championship's history. ISU sits two strokes behind UT with a nine-over 585.
Texas A&M and Missouri are knotted in third place with 12-over par marks of 588.
Texas' Madison Pressel propelled the Longhorns as the sophomore shot a six-under par 66 on the day, including five birdies and an eagle, to finish with a Big 12 Championship record for the lowest individual score in a round. Her 66 is one stroke better than the previous record. On the front nine, she drained a birdie on holes 5, 7 and 8 with an eagle on hole 9, her second in as many days. She also recorded birdies on holes 14 and 17. Her two-day total is seven-under par for a total of 196. Both of her eagles in the event have come on par fives.
Six golfers hold a tie for second with one-under scores of 143. Nebraska's Mary Kate Bird and Iowa State's Prima Thammaraks jumped from 15th with a round two three-under par score of 69, while round one leader Deborah DeVilla (Texas Tech) finished the day even at 72. Jaclyn Jansen (Baylor), Katerina Ruzickova (Texas A&M) and Jessica Wallace (Colorado) also sit tied for second. Wallace shot the fourth-best score of the day with a two-under 73.
Due to additional inclement weather forecasted for Sunday afternoon in Columbia, the format of the final round has been adjusted to an 8 a.m. CT shotgun start. The awards ceremony will follow the final round.
1. Texas, 296-287=583
2. Iowa State, 300-285=585
T3. Texas A&M, 298-290=588
T3. Missouri, 297-291=588
5. Texas Tech, 294-296=590
6. Oklahoma, 298-293=591
T7. Nebraska, 297-298=595
T7. Baylor, 301-294=595
9. Oklahoma State, 302-294=596
10. Colorado, 302-297=599
11. Kansas, 302-305=607
12. Kansas State, 309-303=612
1. Madison Pressel, Texas, 71-66=137
T2. Mary Kate Bird, Nebraska, 74-69=143
T2. Deborah DeVilla, Texas Tech, 71-72=143
T2. Jaclyn Jansen, Baylor, 72-71=143
T2. Katerina Ruzickova, Texas A&M, 71-72=143
T2. Prima Thammaraks, Iowa State, 74-69=143
T2. Jessica Wallace, Colorado, 73-70=143
8. Josephine Janson, Oklahoma State, 73-71=144
9. Hannah Lovelock, Missouri, 71-74=145
T10. Five golfers