Oct. 20, 2012
STANFORD, Calif. - The University of California women's golf team remains in 16th place of the Stanford Invitational hosted by Condoleezza Rice by shooting a 605 (307, 298, +37). Senior Jacqueline Williams is pacing the Golden Bears through 36 holes, shooting a 148 (73, 75, +6).
The Golden Bears still have 18 holes left to play on Sunday and look to continue their trend of shaving strokes after besting their Friday mark by nine strokes on Saturday. After Williams, who is tied for 36th individually, the Bears received low scores on the day of 74 from junior Nicola Roessler and senior Joi Pentin, and 75 from freshman Hannah Suh. Sophomore Morgan Thompson turned in her second straight 80 that was dropped from the day's total. Sophomore JoEe Kok competed as an individual and shot a 74 on the day, besting her day one mark by nine strokes (83, 74, 157).
The 2012 Stanford Intercollegiate is a 54-hole event played at the par-71, 6,130-yard Stanford Golf Course. The tournament will continue tomorrow and conclusion Sunday, October 21. Competitors will play two more rounds of 18 holes each over the weekend.
Full statistics from today's action and live scoring for tomorrow will be available at golfstat.com.
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