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UNLV women’s golf team tied for 10th after two rounds at regional

The No. 17-ranked UNLV women’s golf team shot a 11-over-par 295 in the second round of the NCAA Stanford Regional on Thursday and is tied for 10th place at 27-over 595.

Tied with Colorado, the Rebels are four strokes behind sixth-place North Carolina in the 18-team field.

UNLV junior Alexandra Kaui is tied for eighth at 1-over 143, freshman Elizabeth Prior tied for 30th at 148, sophomore Harley Dubsky tied for 53rd at 151, sophomore Mackenzie Raim tied for 62nd at 153 and freshman Kaylee Benton tied for 70th at 154.

No. 11 Stanford is atop the leaderboard at 1-over 569, two strokes up on No. 2 Southern California.

Stanford’s Mariah Stackhouse and Arkansas’ Alana Uriell are tied for first at 3-under 139.

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