Slama Leads Beavers In First Round Of Silverado Showdown
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Ellie Slama carded an even-par 72 to lead the Oregon State women's golf team in the opening round of the Silverado Showdown on Monday.
The Beavers shot a 17-over 305 at the par-72, 6,192-yard Silverado Country Club and are in 13th place with 36 holes to play.
The second round of the three-day, 54-hole tournament begins at 8 a.m. on Tuesday and live scoring is available at golfstat.com.
Slama had three birdies and three bogeys for her 72 and is tied for eighth place in the 90-player field. Her birdies came on the par-3 second, par-4 14th and par-4 17th holes.
A native of Salem, Ore., Slama has 13 career Top 10 finishes, tied for the second most in Oregon State history with Danielle Mitchell (1990-94). Kathleen Takaishi (1995-99) holds the program record with 16.
Chayse Gomez continued her solid play with a 3-over 75 that included birdies on the par-3 third and par-5 fifth holes.
Kelsey Webster tied Slama with a team-high three birdies and finished with a 5-over 77. Her birdies came on the par-4 first, par-5 ninth and par-5 16th holes.
Danique Stokmans shot a 9-over 81 and Madde Sund finished with a 12-over 84.
San Jose State (1-under 287) was the only team to finish the first round in red figures and holds a one-stroke lead over Oregon (even-par 288).
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