Chu Goes 1-Under in the Second Round of the Stanford Intercollegiate
STANFORD, Calif. – Senior Amy Chu carded a team-best 1-under par, 70 in the second round of the Stanford Intercollegiate, as the Washington State women's golf team closed out its second day at the Stanford Golf Course in 16th on the team leaderboard.
Chu shaved 10 strokes off her first-round score in the second round, as she heads into tomorrow's third round in a tie for 56th on the player leaderboard. Chu got her afternoon started on hole 10 and found her groove four holes into play. She collected back-to-back birdies on hole 14 and 15 to start a string of 10-straight holes of carding par-or-better.
Washington State heads into the third round of the Stanford Intercollegiate at 31-over par, 599 after posting a team score of 300 (+16) in Saturday's second round.
Junior Jiye Ham heads into the third round sitting in a tie for 32nd on the play leaderboard after posting rounds of 70-75 in the tournament. Freshman Madelyn Gamble opens the final round sitting in a tie with Chu on the player leaderboard, as each WSU golfer has carded 8-over par, 150 through 36 holes of play. Senior Darcy Habgood broke even on the par five scoring in the second round to put her in a tie for 68th on the player leaderboard heading into the final round.
Host Stanford continues to sit atop the team leaderboard at the Stanford Intercollegiate, as the Cardinal have carded 21-under par, 547. Stanford's Rose Zhang leads the way on the player leaderboard, as she has posted rounds of 65-65 to take a five-stroke lead into Sunday's finale.
Third round action at the Stanford Intercollegiate gets started at 8:30 a.m. PT this Sunday, Oct. 17. Fans can follow all the action via GolfStat.com
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