Slama Paces Beavers In Second Round Of Pac-12’s
STANFORD, Calif. – Ellie Slama carded a 4-over 75 to lead the Oregon State women's golf team in the second round of the Pac-12 Championship on Saturday.
The Beavers, ranked 29th in the nation by golfstat.com, moved up a spot and into ninth place after shooting 19-over 303 at the par-71, 6,269-yard Stanford Golf Course to give them a 40-over 608 with 18 holes to play.
The final round of the three-day, 54-hole tournament begins at 8 a.m. on Sunday with Oregon State looking to make a charge up the leaderboard. Live scoring is available at golfstat.com.
Slama fired a 4-over 75 for the second straight day and is top Beaver on the individual leaderboard, a tie for 26th place, with an 8-over 150. She had three birdies on Saturday after opening the tourney with four.
Issy Taylor is one stroke behind Slama, and in 29th place, with a 9-over 75-76--151. This is Taylor's first appearance in the Pac-12 Championship after last year's event was canceled due to COVID-19.
Amanda Minni, Mari Nishiura and Nicole Schroeder all improved their scores in the second round. Minni is tied for 32nd place with an 11-over 77-76--153, Nishiura is tied for 38th with a 13-over 78-77--155 and Schroeder is tied for 45th with a 15-over 81-76--157.
No. 10 USC (2-over 570) has a four-stroke advantage over No. 7 Arizona State (6-over 574) and five-stroke edge over No. 26 Stanford (7-over 575).
Emma Spitz of UCLA leads six players in red figures with a 6-under 136. Rachel Heck of Stanford is second with a 5-under 137 and Amanda Linner of Arizona State sits in third with a 4-under 138.
Coverage of the Pac-12 Championship will be featured across Pac-12.com and Pac-12 social media channels, culminating with a special half-hour recap on Pac-12 Network.
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