KAPALUA, Hawai’i—The No. 39 University of Oregon women’s golf team completed the second day of competition at the Anuenue Spring Break Invitational Tuesday in Kapalua, Hawai’i. The three-day, three-round event wraps up Wednesday with a shotgun start at 7:45 a.m.
The Ducks shot a 13-over 301 on the first day of action to end in a tie for ninth place and were led by sophomore Cassy Isagawa who shot a 1-over 73.
As a team, UO shot a 7-over 295 for a two-round total of 20-over 596, moving them up to eighth place overall. The Washington Huskies moved into first place past Pepperdine after shooting a 2-under 286 on day two. UCLA (5-under 283) and Pepperdine (6-over 296) round out the top three after the first two rounds.
Isagawa led the way for Oregon once again as she matched her first round performance, shooting a 1-over 73 to move into a tie for 17th place overall. Freshman Caroline Inglis improved from 51st place to 36th after shooting a 1-over 73, and sophomore Monica Petchakan shot a 4-over 76 to come in a tie for 46th place. Senior Avery Sills moved up to a tie for 62nd overall after shooting a 1-over 73, while sophomore Cali Hipp dropped to a tie for 72nd place as she shot a 10-over 82 on day two.
Denver’s Tonje Daffinrud leads the field after shooting a 7-under 65 on day two to bring her overall score to 7-under 137. Pepperdine’s Grace Na trails her by one stroke at 6-under 138.
Complete hole-by-hole results are available through GolfStat.com here.
The Ducks return to the course tomorrow morning at 7:45 a.m. with a shotgun start.
Women's Golf Finishes Second Day at Anuenue Invitational
Release Date: 03/26/2013
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