Lauren Walsh and Wake Forest are on course to move forward to the NCAA finals after two rounds of the NCAA Franklin Regional and are currently inside the top-4 with an aggregate score of three-over.
Walsh herself also moved up thirteen places on the individual leaderboard with an improved one-over 73 to leave her on four-over although the Castlewarden native started poorly with two bogeys in five holes before a birdie on 7 was cancelled out by a dropped shot on the ninth.
The Curtis Cup star rallied superbly after the turn, opening her back nine with a hat trick of birdies. Her brilliant work was cruelly undone however by a triple-bogey seven on the 15th but she responded well with a birdie on 16 to move into the top-25.
Round of the day from the Irish contingent went the way of Mairead Martin who shot a three-under 69 to move to level-par and into 11th place.
The Louisville student played the course from back to front and roared to the turn with three successive birdies from 14 to 16. Back-to-back bogeys to start her inward nine were followed by birdies on the third and ninth to keep her university in touch with the top-4 on the team leaderboard in Albuquerque.
In the Tallahassee Regional, Sara Byrne rocketed up the leaderboard with an excellent round of level-par 72 to claw her way into the top-15.
The Cork native is on five-over after a tidy round where she traded a brace of birdies and as many bogeys.
Despite her efforts, Miami dropped out of the top-4 in the team leaderboard, trailing University of South Carolina by seven shots.
After a tough opening 78, Anna Foster improved with a two-over 74 on day two of the Stillwater Regional to move to eight-over-par.
The Auburn student started on the tenth and opened with a birdie before a run of eight successive pars was arrested by three bogeys in five holes.
Meanwhile Aine Donegan slipped down the leaderboard on day two of the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional with a six-over 77.
The Indiana student is on seven-over for the week and ten shots adrift of the lead. Scoring has proven tough at the U-M Golf Course with just two players under-par after 36 holes.