TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Oregon women’s golf team carded a 296 (+8) in the second round of the PING/ASU Invitational on Saturday. With a two-round tally of 587 (+11), the 30th-ranked Ducks are in 10th place in the loaded 15-team field entering Sunday’s final round from the ASU Karsten Golf Course.
Junior Cassy Isagawa remains in the hunt at one-under entering the closing round. The Wailuku, Hawaii, native carded a 73 (+1) today and is tied for 11th place in the 81-player field. Isagawa carded a 37 (+1) on the front side with a birdie and two bogeys, and closed with an even par 35 on the back with one birdie and bogey. Isagawa is in pursuit of hers seventh top 10 finish this season.
Freshman Marcella Pranovia also carded a steady 73 (+1) and is tied for 23rd individually at two-over on the tournament. Pranovia birdied the par-four second hole and carded 15 pars on the round. The Bali, Indonesia, native could match her best collegiate finish by placing in the top 16.
After an even par opening round, sophomore Caroline Inglis fired a 75 (+3) today and is tied for 30th. Inglis made a birdie on the par-four 11th hole and closed with 13 pars today.
Junior Cali Hipp improved three spots to 61st with a three-over, 75, second round. The Caldwell, Idaho, native is nine-over on the tournament. Hipp made three birdies through holes No. 10 and 14 today.
Three big scores on the back nine troubled the normally superb Cathleen Santoso, who carded an 82 and fell to 72nd place. The freshman made 13 birdies today but had four scores worse than bogey on her scorecard.
Tee times for Sunday’s third and final round will begin at 7:30 a.m. (PST). The Ducks are paired with No. 5 Oklahoma and No. 39 UC Davis and will tee off between 8:26 and 8:58 a.m.