She was three-under on the four par-five holes on the day and two-under in the tournament.
Her college career isn't done yet. The tightly-packed field features 10 teams all within eight strokes of each other spanning places 7-16.
While the field was narrowed Tuesday at the NCAA Division I Women's Championship, the tournament isn't quite as far along as expected. The match play schedule will remain the same.
Additional teams advancing to match play are No. 12 Northwestern (+33) as the No. 1 seed, No. 7 Arizona State (+45) as the No. 3 seed, No. 25 Ohio State (+49) as the No. 4 seed, No. 6 USC (+50) as the No. 5 seed, No. 3 Florida (+50) as the No. 6 seed and No. 14 Kent State (+55) as the No. 8 seed. No. 8 Duke (+58) is 15 shots back in 19th place, No. 5 Florida State (+59) is 16 strokes behind in 20th place, and No. 2 Alabama (+65) is 22 shot back in 21st place.
Arizona State was tied for third after the first round, but as one of the earlier teams to tee off Sunday, trailed the eighth-place team by many strokes before the other schools saw their overall team scores start to rise like Arizona State's, though not quite as much.
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Jennings follows in the footsteps of previous DWTS winners who played in the NFL: Emmitt Smith, Hines Ward and Donald Driver. Rashad Jennings lamented during Monday night's episode of " Dancing with the Stars " that he'd never won the big game.
Burnham finished 2016-17 with a 72.57 scoring average, second only to her 72.42 recorded previous year for the best single-season average in program history.
Senior Chris Hatch (Mukilteo, WA/Kamiak) and freshman Ethan Casto (Snohomish, WA) turned in solid rounds of 3-over-par 73 to tie for 48th place. Junior Lakareber Abe (87-84-76/247) tied for 119th place at 31-over par. USC's Gabriella Then and Tiffany Chan hold 1-up leads in both matches, but Mao and Lau will have more than enough time Wednesday to possibly turn those deficits around.
Playing as an individual, Laura Fuenfstueck of the College of Charleston tied for 24th at 13-over 229. Simmons got off to a rocky start with a triple bogey on the first hole, but carded two birdies and two bogeys in the final eight holes on the front to sit at three-over, he had three bogeys and five pars before a birdie on 18 gave him a 75. Players can complete the hole they're on when the horn sounds for darkness.
Fawcett enters the postseason ranked No. 11 nationally with a record of 18-9 overall and 12-6 in dual play. We have a great team, and we're through two rounds. We just have to come out tomorrow and play golf like we know how to play golf.
And so Vaughn marked her ball and called it a day, leaving the NCAA Women's Championship with some unfinished business when play resumes at 10 a.m. ET Wednesday (coverage will be live on Golf Channel).