USC maintains Stanford lead; UCLA's Galdiano on top after 62
USC's Jennifer Chang (USC Athletics photo)
STANFORD, Calif. (Oct. 20, 2018) – A day after throwing all its firepower at Stanford Golf Club, USC came back in the second round of the Stanford Intercollegiate with a workmanlike performance that kept them moving toward a second consecutive win. USC went 12 under in Friday’s opening round, but was 2 over on Saturday. The Trojans still have a sizeable lead, but it shrunk from 12 shots to nine.
Every Trojan player was at or under par on Friday. On Saturday, USC counted two rounds of even-par 71 and two rounds of 1-over 72.
After 36 holes, the only other team under par is Northwestern, at 1 under. The Wildcats had a 5-under 279 on Saturday to remain in the mix. Host Stanford is third after back-to-back rounds of even par.
On Saturday, the best second-round score belonged to Washington, which logged a 9-under 275 to climb seven spots on the leaderboard and get into a tie for fourth with Pepperdine.
Individually, UCLA’s Mariel Galdiano leads by three at 9 under. Galdiano, who is chasing her second victory as a Bruin, had 9-under 62 on Saturday. That round even included a bogey at No. 17.
Stanford’s Albane Valenzuela is second at 6 under. Pepperdine’s Hira Naveed is third at 5 under.
ABOUT THE Stanford Intercollegiate
54-hole women's college event
hosted by Stanford University. Team (best four scores
out of five players each
round) and individual competitions.
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