Ng Wraps Up Day Two At Silverado Showdown In 18th
NAPA, Calif. – The Washington women's golf team sits in 11th place after the second of three rounds at the Silverado Showdown.
On Tuesday, the Huskies posted a 15-over round of 303. Combined with a 301 in Monday's opening round, the UW is 28-over for the tournament. With the middle of the team leaderboard bunched together, the Huskies find themselves just seven strokes out of sixth place.
"I'm super frustrated with our inability to adapt and change when the conditions change," head coach Mary Lou Mulflur said. "We continue to make the same mistakes and I have to find a way to get our players to better understand the basics of scoring and playing this game."
The Huskies were once again led by junior Winnie Ng, who had the best score among her teammates for the second day in a row with a 3-over 75. At 4-over for the tournament, she enters the final round in a tie for 18th place on the individual leaderboard.
Teammates Camille Boyd and Stefanie Deng are both tied for 39th overall, at 7-over.
The Silverado Showdown wraps up Wednesday morning with the last of the three rounds.