Beavers Move Up One Spot At Nanea Pac-12 Preview
KAILUA-KONA, Hawai'i – The Oregon State women's golf team jumped rival Oregon in the second round of the Nanea Pac-12 Preview on Tuesday.
The Beavers moved into fourth place in the 12-team field with an 8-over 293-299--592 at the par-73, 6,449-yard Nanea Golf Club.
No. 1 Stanford (5-under 288-291--579) has a four-stroke lead over USC (1-under 290-293--583) and is six strokes better than Arizona (1-over 297-288--585). Oregon, ranked fifth in the nation by golfstat.com, is tied for fifth place with UCLA (10-over 594).
The final round of the three-day, 54-hole tournament begins at 9:30 a.m. PT with a shotgun start. Live scoring is available at golfstat.com.
Redshirt freshman Danique Stokmans carded her second-straight round in red figures and is in a tie for second place with a 5-under 69-72--141. She was 4 over through her first four holes but regrouped with three birdies and 12 pars to shoot a 1-under 72 on Tuesday.
Stokmans had one sub-par score in her first nine rounds as a collegian, a career-best 4-under 68 at the Dick McGuire Invitational in Albuquerque, N.M.
Ellie Slama moved five spots up the leaderboard and into a tie for 17th place with a 3-over 74-75--149. She had two birdies in the second round after opening the tourney with three birdies.
Chayse Gomez is a stroke back of Slama and tied for 27th place with a 4-over 73-77--150. She had 14 pars and four bogeys on Tuesday after dropping in six birdies in the opening round.
Kelsey Webster improved her score in the second round, despite taking a triple-bogey on the par-4 third hole. She jumped seven spots up the leaderboard and into a tie for 31st place with a 6-over 77-75--152.
Madde Sund shot a 5-over 78 for the second-straight day and is tied for 49th place with a 10-over 156.
Katherine Muzi of USC (7-under 139) has a two-stroke lead for the individual crown over Brooke Seay of Stanford and Stokmans (5-under 141). Only six golfers in the 60-player field are under par through the first 36 holes.
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