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OSU Women’s Golf Improves Team Score At Pac-10 Championships

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(TEMPE, Ariz.) - The Oregon State women’s golf team improved its second round by five strokes on Monday at the 2011 Pac-10 Championships and sits in ninth place heading into Tuesday’s final round.

The Beavers shot a 16-over 304 on Monday at the par-72, 6,230-yard ASU Karsten Golf Course after posting a 21-over 309 on Sunday. The three-day, 54-hole tournament, which is being hosted by Arizona State University, concludes Tuesday with tee times beginning at 8 a.m.

“Today was better, but not our best by far,” Oregon State head coach Risë Alexander said. “The score was better but if the course conditions remain the same, I would anticipate much lower scores tomorrow. We just need one or two of them to really go low tomorrow.”

Freshman Seshia Telles had another solid round on Monday with a 1-over 73, the best score by an Oregon State golfer after the first two rounds, and is tied for 20th with a 5-over 76-73--149. Sophomore Chelsey Lind knocked five strokes off her second round with a 3-over 75 and is tied for 38th with an 11-over 80-75--155.

Freshman Lauren Sewell remained consistent with a 4-over 76 on Monday and is tied for 26th overall with a 7-over 75-76--151, while junior Whitney French is tied for 44th with a 14-over 78-80--158.

“Both Seshia and Lauren are playing well,” Alexander added. “Chelsey really played a good round today and responded to the situation our team was in. Whitney hit 10 greens but wasn’t able to utilize her short game.”

USC has a seven stroke lead heading into the final round over Stanford and Arizona, while Tiffany Lua of UCLA and Sophia Popov of USC are tied for the individual lead at 4-under 140.

Live scoring for the final round will be available at www.golfstat.com.

Team Scores: 1. USC 282-291--573 (-3); t2. Stanford 282-298--580 (+4); t2. Arizona 290-290--580 (+4); 4. UCLA 284-300--584 (+8); 5. California 293-295--588 (+12); 6. Oregon 290-306--596 (+20); 7. Arizona State 304-296--600 (+24); 8. Washington 307-299--606 (+30); 9. Oregon State 309-304--613 (+37); 10. Washington State 323-315--638 (+62).

Top Individual Scores: t1. Tiffany Lua, UCLA 68-72--140 (-4); t1. Sophia Popov, USC 69-71--140 (-4); 3. Cyna Rodriguez, USC 69-72--141 (-3); t4. Kyndall Ardoin, Arizona 72-71--143 (-1); t4. Joanne Lee, California 71-72--143 (-1); t4. Isabelle Boineau, Arizona 70-73--143 (-1); t4. Carlota Ciganda, Arizona State 74-69--143 (-1); t4. Sally Watson, Stanford 70-73--143 (-1); t4. Marissa Mar, Stanford 69-74--143 (-1); 10. Pia Halbig, California 73-71--144 (E).

Oregon State Scores: t20. Seshia Telles 76-73--149 (+5); t26. Lauren Sewell 75-76--151 (+7); t38. Chelsey Lind 80-75--155 (+11); 44. Whitney French 78-80--158 (+14); 50. Rachael Fischer 85-84--169 (+25).

Source: Oregon State University




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