SAMMAMISH, Wash. -- The University of Oregon women’s golf team is tied for second place at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational with four players in the top 20 of the individual leaderboard. The Ducks carded rounds of 296 (+8) and 294 (+6) Tuesday at the Sahalee Country Club and were one of just two teams to break 300 in both rounds.
The Ducks have played seven rounds this season and have been in the top-five of the team leaderboard following each round.
Stanford leads the field at 7-under par, while the Ducks are tied with top-ranked Washington in second place. The Ducks and Huskies are six strokes clear of the nearest competition. Stanford’s Mariko Tumangan leads the field at 7-under.
Sophomore Caroline Inglis led the Ducks with a stellar opening two rounds, sitting at even par and fourth on the leaderboard. The Eugene native carded a 36-hole total of 144 (E), her lowest two-round total of the season. She opened the day with a 1-under par, 71, making three birdies and 13 pars. She followed that up with another consistent round, carding a 73 (+1) with 15 pars and a birdie on the par-four first hole.
Freshman Cathleen Santoso jumped from 24th to 11th on the leaderboard after closing with an even par (72) round. She made par on all nine holes on the front nine, and made two birdies and two bogeys on the back side of her afternoon round. She opened with 76 (+4) with birdies on holes No. 6 and 9.
Junior Cassy Isagawa, fresh off a victory at the UNM Dick McGuire Invitational, is tied for 18th in the field. She shot a two-round total of 149 and sits at 5-over entering the final round. Isagawa went 1-over (73) on the front nine with two birdies and 14 pars. She closed the day with a 76 (+4) and made birdie on holes No. 4 and 13. Isagawa is the fourth-highest ranked player in the field, checking in at No. 27.
Freshman Marcella Pranovia is also tied for 18th at 5-over (149). The Bali, Indonesia, native opened with a 4-over 76, carding two birdies and 10 pars. Her second round was fueled by a 1-under front nine that consisted of eight pars and a birdie. Pranovia finished at 1-over (73) to close the day.
Junior Monica Petchakan is tied for 66th in the field with a 36-hole score of 173. In her second round, Pethcakan made birdie on the par-five second hole and the par-five 18th hole.
California, Colorado and Gonzaga weren’t able to complete their second round before dark. They will tee off at 7:45 a.m. to finish their second rounds, while the third and final round will begin at approximately 8:30 a.m. (PT).
EDEAN IHLANFELDT INVITATIONAL
1. Stanford (285-284—569/-7)
T2. Washington (301-289—590/+14)
T2. Oregon (296-294—590/+14)
4. San Jose State (300-296—596/+20)
5. UCF (297-301—598/+22)
T6. California (301-DNF/+24)
T6. UC Davis (303-297—600/+24)
8. Gonzaga (303-DNF/+29)
9. Colorado (316-DNF/+32)
10. Columbia (308-302—610/+34)
11. San Francisco (307-311—618/+42)
12. Long Beach State (311-318—629/+53)
13. Washington State (317-321—638/+62)