NEWNAN, Ga. – University of Arkansas junior Kristin Ingram won a pair of matches to advance at the 108th Women’s Western Amateur Championship at Canongate at SummerGrove Golf Club in Newnan, Ga., Thursday. Ingram, a Pasadena, Calif., native, finished 17th overall with a 158 in the first two rounds of stroke play on Monday and Tuesday. She defeated her first round match play opponent Tuesday afternoon downing Anya Alvarez of Tulsa, Okla., 3 and 2. Ingram moved into the round of 32 Thursday morning defeating Athens, Ga., native Leigh Crosby (153) in 19 holes. She faced 14-year-old star and stroke play medalist Dottie Ardina of Laguna, Philippines, in the afternoon, winning 3 and 1. Ingram advanced to the quarterfinals Friday morning acing Mary Narzisi of Omaha, Neb. The winner moves on to the semifinals Friday afternoon with a 36-hole final match Saturday. Lady Razorback teammate junior Tiffany Phelps of McKinney, Texas, also played in the morning session. Phelps was in the First Flight bracket but was eliminated by Emily Johnson of Winona Lake, Ind., in 20 holes. For more information about Arkansas women’s golf, please log on to LADYBACKS.COM.