Feb. 4, 2013
The University of Minnesota women's golf team is in sixth place through 33 holes at the 2013 Hurricane Invitational in Coral Gables, Fla. The second round was suspended due to darkness and will resume on Tuesday morning with the final three holes, beginning at 7:00 a.m. CT.
The third and final round will begin at Deering Bay Yacht and Country Club following the completion of round two.
Minnesota (+37) is four shots behind fifth place Iowa heading into the final day. Texas State holds the team lead at +17, followed by Baylor at +21, Oklahoma State at +28 and the host Miami Hurricanes +29.
Junior Banchalee Theinthong is the current Gophers' leader at five over par and sits alone in 15th place. She is currently even through 14 holes in the second round after firing a 76 to begin the day. Sophomore Carmen Laguna, Minnesota's stroke average leader, is four over par through 15 holes. The native of Tomares-Sevilla, Spain carded an opening round 75 and is in a tie for 23rd place.
Fellow sophomores Sarinee Thitiratanakorn and Anna Laorr are six over par through 15 and 13 holes, respectively. Thitiratanakorn is 12-over par overall after opening with a 77 while Laorr is 13-over following an opening round 78. Senior Jackie Shepherd shot an 81 in the morning and is five over through 13 holes in the suspended second round.
The remainder of the Hurricane Invitational can be followed live on www.golfstat.com.
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