BARRINGTON, R.I. - It was a steady and routine even-par 71 for North Dakota State golfer Amy Anderson in the second round of the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship. It easily qualified her for the match play portion of the tourney at the Rhode Island Country Club.

The top 64 players reached Wednesday's first round and Anderson was tied for 29th with the cut looking to be around 5-over par. Her day wasn't done, either.

"I'm still not quite happy where everything's at so I'm going to work on it this afternoon," she said. "It's good to have qualifying over, it's the worst part of these tournaments."

Anderson had three birdies and three bogeys today in the 111th annual event.

"It was good enough is how I would describe it," she said. "If I play like I did today, I can maybe beat half of the players that made the cut. Certainly I'll get beat before we get to the end."