Meaghan Francella upset another top-ranked player, beating Lorena Ochoa on Friday in the second round of the HSBC Women's World Match Play Championship at New Rochelle, N.Y.
Francella, an LPGA Tour rookie from nearby Port Chester, thrilled her large gallery with a 1-up victory over Ochoa, who won the 2006 Sybase Classic on the Wykagyl Country Club course.
In March in Mexico, Francella defeated Annika Sorenstam -- then the No. 1 player -- on the fourth hole of a playoff to win the MasterCard Classic for her first tour title.
"My hands were probably shaking more against Annika," Francella said. "I just felt pretty confident all day."
After losing the par-four 14th with a bogey, Francella took the par-four 15th and par-five 16th with pars to take a 1-up lead.
They matched pars on the par-three 17th and Francella clinched the victory with a conceded birdie on the par-five 18th.
Ochoa dropped out along with No. 3 Sorenstam, No. 5 Se Ri Pak, No. 7 Suzann Pettersen and No. 8 Paula Creamer, leaving No. 10 Mi Hyun Kim as the top remaining seed in the final 16.
No. 35 Lindsey Wright defeated Sorenstam, 3 and 2. Kim defeated Sarah Lee, 2 and 1.
Joe Ogilvie shot a seven-under-par 63 to take a one-shot lead after two rounds of the U.S. Bank Championship at Milwaukee. Ogilvie, who has made seven consecutive cuts, is at 10-under 130.
First-round co-leader Jeff Maggert shot a one-under 69 and was at eight-under 132 along with Garrett Willis (68).
Steve Flesch (64), Tim Clark (65), Tim Herron (67), Billy Mayfair (64), Bob Heintz (64) and Craig Bowden (67) were three strokes behind.