Juan Villa / The Collegian
The second day of the womenâ€™s golf WAC Championships saw both Fresno State junior Laura Luethke and her teammates slip in the standings.
After shooting a two-under par opening round score of 70, Luethke sat in first place with a three-shot lead over Nevadaâ€™s Kelly Burke and Boise Stateâ€™s Lindsey Huebert.
However, Luethkeâ€™s quest for a WAC championship was derailed on the second day of competition as she shot a disappointing nine over par score of 81. Luethkeâ€™s score moved her two-day total to 151 and placed her into a three-way tie for fifth place, four shots back heading into the third round.
Fresno Stateâ€™s second round troubles werenâ€™t solely limited to Luethke.
An opening round score of 305 placed the Bulldogsâ€™ in second place behind Hawaii.
But a 318 score on the second-day of competition dropped the team from second to sixth, 21 shots behind Idaho with only one round left to play.