Avery Tied For Fifth, Navarrosa In Top 20 After Stanford Second Round
Sophomore Amari Avery (69) and junior Brianna Navarrosa (70) were under par to highlight the No. 11 USC women's golf team's second round at the Stanford Intercollegiate on Saturday (Oct. 22).
The Trojans, with one win in three events this year, are now seventh after 36 holes at 5-over 573 (284-289) in the 18-team event. Host and top-ranked Stanford leads at 11-under. San Jose State is the only other team under par at 4-under.
Avery jumped into a tie for fifth at 3-under 139 (70-69) thanks to her team-leading fourth round in the 60s and sixth round under par. She turned at 3-under thanks to three straight birdies between 5 and 7.
Avery, seeking her third top 15 this season, is now tied for seventh on USC's career chart for rounds in the 60s at 14.
Navarrosa moved into a tie for 17th at even 142 (72-70) with her fourth round under par this season. She turned at 1-over before birdies on 10 and 12, finishing with pars the rest of the way. Navarrosa is after her third top 20 this year.
Freshman Catherine Park is tied for 46th at 4-over 146 (71-75), sophomore Xin (Cindy) Kou is tied for 53rd at at 5-over 147 (71-76) and junior Christine Wang is 95th at 16-over 158 (83-75).
The tournament concludes Sunday with an 8:30 a.m. PT shotgun start.