Louisa Lies In Fourth After Two Rounds
April 4, 2011
FRESNO, Calif. - The Fresno State women's golf team holds the ninth spot at the inaugural Pacific Coast Intercollegiate held at the scenic 6,028-yard, par-72 Half Moon Bay Golf Links: Ocean Course.
The Bulldogs (307-310--617) carded a 41-over in the first two rounds of action and were led by Louisa Lies' 4-over, 138. The Dogs are four shots ahead of tenth place No. 42 UNLV.
Lies (73-75--148), a junior from Weinheim, Germany, will enter the final round looking for her fifth top ten finish in nine tournaments this season as she currently sits in a tie for fourth place out of 68 golfers. Lies sunk five birdies throughout the two rounds which ties her for the third most of the tournament.
Sophomore Shaylee Yano (74-78--152) opened the tournament with a birdie on the par-3, 7th hole and finished tied for 21st with an 8-over.
Christine Uhalde (81-76--157), a freshman from Modesto, Calif., improved on her first round score by five shots to finish the day tied for 43rd place at 13-over.
No. 27 Texas A&M (298-298--596, +20) holds a five shot advantage on both Oregon (304-297--601, +25) and Long Beach State (297-304--601, +25). Colorado (295-309--604, +28) and Texas Tech (307-299--606, +30) round out the top five.
Natalie Reeves of Texas A&M sits in the top individual spot at even-par as Northwestern's Lauren Weaver is one shot behind at 1-over. Emily Talley of Colorado is in third place with a 3-over.
The Bulldogs will return to action Tuesday to compete in the final round of the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate. Tee times are set for 8:00 a.m. PST and you can follow live scoring at www.golfstat.com.