Course the winner after the first round of the Bruin Wave
San Luis Obispo Country Club photo
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (February 25, 2019) - San Luis Obispo Country Club is proving to be an inhospitable host of the Bruin Wave Women's Invitational.
Through the first day of play, none of the 78 players in the elite women's college field is under par. Kathleen Scavo of Oregon, at even par, will take a two-shot lead into the final day as the Ducks lead the host UCLA by seven shots.
Three groups, including Scavo's, failed to complete the second round and will have to return to the course at 7:00am to finish the second round, before moving on to the final round.
Pac-12 teams hold the top four spots, with UCLA and Stanford tied for second, 13 shots behind the Ducks, and Arizona State in fourth, tied with Northwestern 15 shots back.
Stanford will be trying to win its fourth Bruin Wave title in the last five years, having won three in a row before getting usurped by USC last year.
Petra Salko of Oregon and Sarah Rhee of Washington completed 36 holes of play at 2-over 146 and share second individually, two shots behind the leader.
But there are many more players in the hunt for medalist honors, with ten players within four shots of Scavo's lead.
ABOUT THE Bruin Wave Women's Invitational
54-hole women's collegiate event hosted by UCLA.
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