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Truitt Leads UVa in Second Round of Rudolph

VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM Carly Truitt shot a career-best 71 during the second round of the Mason Rudolph Championship.
Carly Truitt shot a career-best 71 during the second round of the Mason Rudolph Championship.

Sept. 16, 2006

  • Golfstat Results

    Franklin, TN - Virginia sophomore Carly Truitt shot a career-best 1-under 71 to lead the Cavaliers during the second round of Vanderbilt's Mason Rudolph Championship. As a team, ninth-ranked Virginia shot 7-over 295 to enter Sunday's final round in seventh place at 12-over 588.

    Top-ranked Duke used a second-round score of 4-under 284 to leap No. 3 Georgia for the team lead. The Blue Devils stand at 567 while the Bulldogs are at 574. UCLA holds down third place at 576, Stanford is fourth at 582 and Oklahoma State and Wake Forest are one shot ahead of the Wahoos in fifth place at 587. A total of 12 of the 15 teams in the field are ranked in Golfweek's preseason top-25 poll.

    Truitt, who opened with an 80, posted 15 pars during the second round to go along with two birdies and a bogie. Sophomore Jennie Arseneault had three birdies and two bogies while posting UVa's second best score Saturday of 1-over 73. She is tied for 19th overall along with Cavalier senior Leah Wigger who followed up her opening round 72 with a 74.

    Lauren Mielbrecht is tied with Truitt for 45th place at 151 after she shot 77 during the second round. Rachel Smith is in 55th place at 154. She shot 80 in the second round.

    UCLA's Tiffany Joh and Duke's Jennie Lee are tied for first on the leaderboard at 6-under 138 in the race for medalist honors.

    Live scoring of the tournament is available at

    Mason Rudolph Championship
    The Ironhorse Course at The Legends Club
    Franklin, TN
    Par-72, 6,347 yards
    Second Round Results



    Team Results
     1. Duke                283-284-567
     2. Georgia             280-294-574
     3. UCLA                287-289-576
     4. Stanford            291-291-582
     5. Oklahoma State      299-288-587
     5. Wake Forest         300-287-587
     7. Virginia            293-295-588
     7. Arizona             292-296-588
     9. Purdue              298-294-592
    10. LSU                 298-296-594
    11. Vanderbilt          301-297-598
    12. Missouri            305-301-605
    13. Arkansas            300-306-606
    14. Alabama             304-302-607
    15. High Point          325-315-640

    Individual Leaders 1. Tiffany Joh, UCLA 69-69-138 1. Jennie Lee, Duke 71-67-138 3. Taylor Leon, Georgia 69-72-141 3. Garret Phillips, Georgia 70-71-141 3. J. Tangtiphaiboontana, Stanford 72-69-141 6. Amanada Blumenherst 73-69-142 7. Melissa Eaton, LSU 70-73-143 7. Mandy Goins, Wake Forest 76-67-143 7. Alison Walshe, Arizona 71-72-143 10. Mari Chun, Stanford 70-74-144 10. Maria Hernandez, Purdue 70-74-144 10. Mallory Hetzel, Georgia 69-75-144 10. Jennifer Pandoifi, Duke 70-74-144

    Virginia Results 19. Jennie Arseneault 73-73-146 19. Leah Wigger 72-74-146 45. Rachel Smith 74-80-154 45. Lauren Mielbrecht 74-77-151 55. Carly Truitt 80-71-151

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