Women's Golf Concludes Day Two of the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship
STANFORD, Calif – The Washington State women's golf team ended the second day of the 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship on Saturday, April 24, with a pair of golfers holding a spot inside the top-50 on the individual leaderboard.
Redshirt senior Emily Baumgart shot seven-over par; 78 for the second-straight round at the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship, as the Walla Walla, Washington native sits in a tie for 42nd on the individual leaderboard heading into Sunday's third round. Junior Amy Chu sits six spots back from Baumgart, as the Sydney, Australia native is in a tie for 48th heading into the tournament's final round with a two-day score of 159 (+17). Chu shaved nine strokes off her total score on Saturday, as she carded a team-best four-over par; 75 in the second round.
Junior Cameron March sits just outside the top-50 on the player leaderboard heading into tomorrow's final round, as the Los Angeles native shot an 85 (+14) in the second round.
Southern California remains in first place on the team leaderboard after 36 holes of play at the Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship, as the Trojans take a tournament score of 570 (+2) into Sunday's final round. UCLA's Emma Spitz holds a one-stroke lead over Stanford's Rachel Heck, as Spitz has carded six-under par; 136.
The final round of the 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championship will take place this Sunday, April 25, at the Stanford Golf Course. Washington State tees off at 9:20 a.m. PT. Fans can follow all the action live on GolfStat.com.
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|Place||Golfer||1st Rd||2nd Rd||3rd Rd||Total|
|T-42nd||Emily Baumgart||78 (+7)||78 (+7)||--||156 (+14)|
|T-48th||Amy Chu||84 (+13)||75 (+4)||--||159 (+17)|
|53rd||Cameron March||78 (+7)||85 (+14)||--||163 (+21)|