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Texas Tech Needs Rally To Advance at NCAA Golf Regionals

The Lady Raiders are 11 shots out of fourth place, which is what they need to get past regionals for the first time since 2017

Texas Tech is in ninth place after the second round of the Stanford Regional in the NCAA Women’s Golf Championships on Tuesday.

The Lady Raiders are one of two Big 12 teams in the regional, the other being Iowa State, which is in sixth place.

Texas Tech shot an 8-over-par 292 in the second round, giving the Lady Raiders a two-round total of 19-over 587.


USC moved into first place after the second round, as the Trojans shot an 8-under 276 for a two-round total of 12-under 556. Stanford moved into second place after a 7-under 277 to push the Cardinal’s two-round total to 8-under 560.

LSU fell out of first place and into third after an even-par 284 for a two-round total of 5-under 563. Purdue and Northwestern were tied for fourth with a two-round total of 8-over 576.

The top four teams advance to the NCAA Championships May 20-25 in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Amy Taylor is the top Lady Raider after two rounds, as her 70 on Tuesday moved her to 143 after 36 holes. She is tied for 16th place.


Gala Dumez had Tech’s best round on Monday and shot a 75 on Tuesday to slide back to 147 and a tie for 28th. Anna Dong is also at 147 after a second-round 71.

Chiara Horder and Cecilie Nielsen are both tied for 47th with a two-round total of 152. Horder shot a 78 and Nielsen a 76.

The Lady Raiders are making their 21st appearance in the NCAA Tournament regionals and hoping to reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2017.

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