PALO ALTO, Calif. (February 12, 2017) -- The top-
ranked Stanford Cardinals opened the spring season
with a win at their host event, the Peg Barnard
Playing the William Bell and George Thomas
designed Stanford Course, the Cardinals took one
stroke off their first round, posting a 1-over 285 to
beat Oregon by 10 shots.
Stanford freshman Andrea Lee completed her wire-
to-wire win with her 2nd 4-under 67 in a row. Her
round included a stretch of four birdies in five holes
from 11-15. Lee only made two bogeys through two
the tournament's 36 holes.
Senior Casey Danielson took five shots off her
opening-round with a 2-under 69 to finish solo 4th.
Freshman Albane Valenzuela and Ziyi Wang shot 75
and 74 respectively and each placed inside the top
Colorado (+19), San Jose State (+16), and Stanford
B Team (+16) rounded out the top five. Oregon's
Kelsey Ulep was the only other player under-par for
the event after back-to-back 71's gave her a solo
2nd finish. Colorado's Robyn Choi took solo third
with an even-par total.
This is Stanford's first win of the 2016-17 season
after recording two seconds and two thirds in the
fall. For Lee, the win marks her third of her
outstanding freshman campaign, the first two
coming at the Windy City Classic and the East Lake
Cup. Next up for Stanford is the All-State Sugar
Bowl Intercollegiate Feb 19-20 in New Orleans, La.
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