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Idaho’s Sophie Hausmann falls back during second round of NCAA Women’s Golf Regional

Sophie Hausmann hits off the 11th fairway during the first round of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur golf tournament at Champions Retreat in Evans, Ga., on April 3. (David Goldman / AP)
Sophie Hausmann hits off the 11th fairway during the first round of the Augusta National Women’s Amateur golf tournament at Champions Retreat in Evans, Ga., on April 3. (David Goldman / AP)
From staff reports

CLE ELUM, Wash. – Five bogies on the front nine Tuesday bogged down Idaho’s Sophie Hausmann during the second round of the NCAA Women’s Golf Regional at Tumble Creek Golf Club.

Hausmann shot an 8-over-par 80 and fell into a tie for 64th place at 9-over 153 with one round remaining Wednesday.

Hausmann carded her first birdie of the day with a long putt on the 16th, but she followed with a double-bogey and a bogey.

USC’s Jennifer Chang is the individual leader at 7-under 137, one shot ahead of Washington’s Rino Sasaki and Central Florida’s Ana Laura Collado.

USC (566) leads the team race by 12 strokes over Washington.

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