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Two Ducks Tied for Second After First Round of Northrup Grumman Regional Challenge
Release Date: 02/11/2013
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PALOS VERDES, Calif.—The University of Oregon women’s golf team kicked off its spring schedule Monday at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge at the Palos Verdes Golf Club. The Ducks finished the first round in seventh place in the field of sixteen teams.

Oregon shot 19-over 303 in the first round at the 6,017 yard, par 71 course competing against six top-10 ranked teams. UCLA leads at 4-over 288, and owns a 2-stroke lead over Duke and Florida (second, 6-over 290). No. 1 USC sits in fourth place at 14-over 298.

Freshman Caroline Inglis and sophomore Cassy Isagawa led the way for UO, finishing in a tie with several others for second place after the first round at par 71. Sophomore Cali Hipp finished the day in a tie for 43rd at 6-over 77.

Sophomores Monica Petchakan and Raphaela Dyer also competed for the Ducks, finishing 84th (13-over 84) and 85th (14-over 85), respectively.

Duke’s Alejandra Cangrejo led the field at 1-under 70.

UO returns to the Palos Verdes Golf Club in the morning for the second round of the three-day event. Complete hole-by-hole results are available on Dyer will start things off for the Ducks on Tuesday with a 10 a.m. tee time.

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