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Beavers In Fourth, Slama Tied For Third Through 36 Holes

Sep 27, 2021

SEASIDE, Calif. – The Oregon State women's golf team battled a tough course and a long 36-hole day at The Molly Collegiate Invitational on Monday.
The Beavers are in fourth place in the 14-team field after posting a 23-over 301-298--599 at the par-72, 6,218-yard Bayonet Golf Course.
San Jose State and UCLA are tied for first with a 15-over 591 and Stanford is in third with a 21-over 597.
The final round of the two-day, 54-hole tournament begins at 7:30 a.m. with tee times off the first and 10th holes. Live scoring is available at
Ellie Slama was spectacular as always and sits in a tie for third place after carding a 1-over 73-72--145. She's only one shot off the lead heading into the final round, trailing only fellow Pac-12 golfers Zoe Campos of UCLA (1-under 143) and Mika Jin of California (even-par 144).
Amanda Minni made her 2021-22 debut and was steady throughout the day with a pair of 3-over 75's that has her in a tie for 10th place with a 6-over 150.
Kelsey Webster is tied for 24th place with an 8-over 75-77--152, Madde Sund is tied for 50th with a 14-over 78-80--158 and Danique Stokmans is tied for 58th with a 17-over 87-74--161.

Chayse Gomez, Lauren Murphy and Issy Taylor are competing as individuals for the Beavers. Gomez had the best day of the three with a 14-over 77-81--158. Taylor finished the day with a 17-over 79-82--161, while Murphy posted a 22-over 87-79--166.
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