EUGENE, Ore.- In the second round of the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational the University of Oregon women’s golf team shot an 18-over 306. The Ducks finished the day in fifth place at the Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Wash.
Sophomore Cassy Isagawa and freshman Caroline Inglis finished in the top 15 after the second round of the event. Isagawa (74-74-148) moved up one spot from yesterday, finishing in a tie for 10th place after shooting 2-over 74 for the second straight day. Inglis (72-77-149) fell back from fourth place into a tie for 12th by shooting 5-over 77 in the second round.
“Cassy was a few putts away from shooting a good score today,” Oregon Head Coach Ria Scott said. “Caroline played lots of good solid holes as well.”
Junior Raphaela Dyer (84-75-159) matched her best score of the season when she scored 3-over 75. The Swanmore, England native moved up 25 spots and finished the second round in a tie for 43rd place.
“Raffi (Dyer) had a great turn around today and was 3 under on the par 5’s,” Scott said.
The team also counted a scorecard from sophomore Cali Hipp (79-80-159) who shot 8-over 80. Monica Petchakan (77-81-158) finished the day in a tie for 40th after shooting 9-over 81.
“We need to get off to a better start tomorrow and stick to our plan of making decisive swings at conservative targets,” Scott said. “Playing the par 5s well will also be key for us.”
On the individual scoreboard, Washington’s SooBin Kim (71-67-138) moved up one spot into first place after having an impressive round of 5-under 67. Cyd Okino (70-74-144) of Washington sits six shots behind in a tie for second place after shooting 2-over 74. Oregon State’s Seshia Lei Telles (74-70-144) had a strong round of 2-under 70 in the second round and jumped into a tie for second place.
No.6 Washington (293-293-586) shot 5-over 293 for the second day in a row and kept their first place standing after two days. In second place, seventh ranked UC Davis (302-292-594) moved up after shooting the best score on the day at four-over 292. UC Irvine (297-306-603) fell one spot to third place.
Oregon hopes to close out the third round of the event with a strong finish tomorrow, Oct. 10 with the Ducks teeing off at 8:00am (PT).
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