Fabiola Arriaga has continued her impressive form at the second round of CUSA Championship as she took sole possession of the individual lead while UTSA stayed in second place in the team standings after the second round on Tuesday.
Coming in to the second round Arriaga was in a tie for first with two opponents, but she did even better on Tuesday, carding a four under 68, for a career best.
Arriaga managed four birdies and one bogey in the second round giving her a total of 137 through two rounds, putting her three points ahead of Gemma Dryburgh of Tulane.
Arriaga stands on the edge of winning an individual medal, which would be retribution for losing on a playoff in the 2011 Southland championship.
Taylor Newlin had an impressive second round as she boosted up her score from a 73 in the opening round, to an even par 72, putting her in a tie for sixth with a 145, being the only other Roadrunner in the top ten.
The remainder of the UTSA Athletes fell away from their Monday positions as the field of the championships started to spread wider as those ties started to be split.
Brogan Townend comes up as the third Roadrunner, hitting a 75 in the second round, which sees her at in 17th with a total of 148.
Two freshmen wrap up UTSA’s card with Libby Thomas, having a less impressive second round, sits in 32nd with a score of 152 after 36 holes.
UTSA’s final athlete comes from English player Aimee Ponte who had a better second round, with a 76, which is enough to see her in to 38th, two strokes back on 154.
UTSA sit second in the overall standings with a 292 in the second round, for a total of 578 (+2) leaving them six behind Tulane who sit on 572 and ten clear of Old Dominion who round out the top three going in to the final day.