Rhee is tied for second after two rounds and the Huskies are four strokes behind Alabama in the Tallahassee (Fla.) Regional.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Junior Sarah Rhee highlighted Washington’s second round at the NCAA Tallahassee Regional, as she moved into a tie for second following another stellar round that gave her a two-day total of 9-under 135 (67-68).
The Huskies moved one spot down on the leaderboard after the day’s 1-over 289 and currently sit in second overall at 14-under 562 (273-289). Alabama leads at 18-under 558. The Huskies have a one-stroke lead over Florida State and Furman.
UW’s Wenyung Keh, who set a course record with a 63 Monday, shot a 77 and is tied for ninth at 140.
At the San Francisco Regional, Washington State’s Alivia Brown of Gig Harbor is tied for 43rd at 4-over 148.
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