The University of Colorado women's golf team recorded its second straight round of 10-over par Saturday at the Arizona State Invitational in Tempe, Ariz., and is in 11th place.

The Buffaloes are 20-over par (298-298--596) through 36 holes of the three-day tournament. Colorado put together a strong front side but stumbled on the back. On Saturday, the Buffs were a combined 2-under par as they made the turn; however, they wrapped up the day going 12-over on the final nine holes.

UCLA remains in first place at 8-under par, followed by Arizona State (7-under).

Senior Alexis Keating recorded the best round for the Buffs. She shot a 1-under par, 71, bringing her to an even-par 144 total after two days, tied for 12th.

After shooting a 3-under par in the opening round on Friday, junior Esther Lee struggled in round two, carding a 4-over par. She is tied for 21st place at 1-over par for the tournament.

UCLA's Bronte Law and Lilia Vu share the lead at 9-under par.

CU individuals

T12. Alexis Keating................73-71—144

T21. Esther Lee......................69-76—145

T51. Natalie Vivaldi................77-75—152

T61. Gillian Vance...................79-76—155

T64. Brittany Fan.....................80-76—156

T45. Lauryn Keating*..............75-76—151

Top five individuals

T1. Lilia Vu, UCLA........................68-67—135


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T1. Bronte Law, UCLA .................64-71—135

3. Sophia Schubert, Texas.............69-70—139

4. Linnea Strom, Arizona State......69-71—140

5. Stephanie Lau, Northwestern....75-66—141

Top five teams

1. UCLA............................281-287—568

2. Arizona State................287-282—569

3. Alabama.........................288-286—574

4. UNLV..............................287-289—576

5. Arizona...........................288-291—579

Also: 11. Colorado ............298-298—596

*— playing as an individual