UW Enters Final Round At Stanford Intercollegiate In 10th Place
PALO ALTO, Calif. – The Huskies shot a 9-over 293 on Saturday and are 10th after two rounds at the Stanford Intercollegiate. The were led by sophomore Camille Boyd, who had a nice bounce-back round of 4-under 67 to move up to a tie for 18th the leaderboard.
Washington is +17 with one round left to be played Sunday at Stanford Golf Course. The host Cardinal remain the team to beat and are the only squad in the red, sitting atop the leaderboard at -21. Oregon is second at one under par.
After shooting a 75 in the first round, Boyd and her teammates teed up first on the back nine. Boyd started off her round hot remaining bogey-free and converting two birdie opportunities on her first nine. She got to -3 with a birdie on No. 1 but followed that with a bogey on No. 2. She would immediately answer with a birdie to get back to -3. Boyd would go on to bogey No. 6, but once again responded, this time with an eagle on No. 7 to get to 4-under, where she would finish her round.
"It was a great bounce-back round by Camille," Husky coach Mary Lou Mulflur said. "Again, we had a lot of positives today, we just need to clean up the obvious preventable mistakes."
Stefanie Deng had the next best round among Huskies, shooting a 3-over 74. She is tied for 44th.
Jamie Hsieh followed up her solid first round 70 with a 4-over 75 and is tied for 32nd entering the final round.
Freshman Kennedy Knox (T63rd) shot a 77 and Brittany Kwon (T80th) a 78.