The Colorado women's golf team is in 13th place after battling through two rounds of dry greens and windy conditions Monday at the Arizona Wildcat Invitational in Tucson, Ariz.

Colorado faced ups and downs throughout the 36-hole day as the Buffaloes combined to shoot 294-306 — 600, or 24-over par. Their first round of 294 was CU's fifth lowest of the season, however the 306 in round two was the Buffs' highest 18-hole total in any tournament this year.

Both Pac-12 Arizona schools own the top two spots on the leaderboard. Arizona State is in first after carding a 2-under par 574, and host Arizona is only one stroke back at 575 on the 6,492-yard, par-72 Sewailo Club course layout.

Junior Natalie Vivaldi paced the Buffaloes with a 70-79 — 149, or 5-over par total.


CU individuals

T33. Natalie Vivaldi 70-79—149

T42. Esther Lee 73-77—150

T47. Alexis Keating 72-79—151

T47. Brittany Fan 80-71—151

75. Allie Zech 79-82—161


1. Linnea Strom, Arizona State 67-68—135

T2. Daniela Darquea, Miami 69-69—138

T2. Dewi Weber, Miami 71-67—138

4. Krystal Quihuis, Arizona 68-71—139

T5. Jessica Vasilic, Arizona* 75-67—142

T5. August Kim, Purdue 70-72—142

T5. Grace Choi, Michigan 72-70—142


T5. Katelyn Dambaugh, South Carolina 69-73—142