Gamble Moves Up to 17th After Two Rounds at the Pac-12 Preview
KONA, Hawaii – Washington State women's golf freshman Madelyn Gamble moved up five spots on the individual leaderboard in the second round at the 2021 Pac-12 Preview on Tuesday, Nov. 2, as she carded 2-over, 75 in the round to end her day in a tie for 17th.
Gamble heads into Wednesday's third round of the 2021 Pac-12 Preview at 3-over par, 149. The Pleasant Hill, California native has collected 27 pars through two rounds of play at the Nanea Golf Club in Kailua Kona, Hawai'i, which is tied for the second most in the tournament.
As a team, Washington State shaved three strokes off its tournament score in the second round. The Cougars carded 10-over, 302 on Tuesday and head into the final round of the Pac-12 Preview in 10th place on the team leaderboard with a score of 607 (+23).
Senior Darcy Habgood moved up seven places on the player leaderboard in the second round, as she shot 2-over par, 75 in the second round to end her day in a tie for 31st. Freshman Emily Cadwell also concluded the round in a tie for 31st, as she shot 4-over, 77 on Tuesday.
Junior Jiye Ham moved up a team-high 12 spots on the player leaderboard on Tuesday. She will open the third round in a tie for 41st after shooting 2-over par, 75 in the second round. Ham and Habgood tied for the team lead in par-5 scoring, as each golfer has shot 2-under on par 5's through 36 holes played. Senior Amy Chu also moved up one spot on Tuesday, as she will begin the third round in 58th on the player leaderboard.
Stanford heads into the final round of the Pac-12 Preview with a three-stroke lead over Southern California. The Cardinal have carded 5-under, 579 through the first two rounds of play. USC's Katherine Muzi sits in first place after shooting 7-under, 139 through the first two rounds. Muzi goes into the third round holding a two-stroke lead over Stanford's Brooke Seay and Oregon State's Danique Stokmans.
The third round of the 2021 Pac-12 Preview will take place this Wednesday, Nov. 3, at the Nanea Golf Club. The round gets underway at 8:30 a.m. PT.
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