Day One Finds 'Dogs in Fifth
Lies is looking for her third top 10 finish of the season
Lies is looking for her third top 10 finish of the season

April 23, 2012

By Andy Conli

FRESNO, Calif. - The Fresno State women's golf team kicked off the first day of the WAC Championship by carding a 17-over, 305 to sit in fifth place out of six teams. The tournament is held at the 6,163-yard, par-72 Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Arizona.

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The Bulldogs, playing in their final WAC Championship, are only six strokes out of second place but three-time defending champion San Jose State shot out to an early 3-over, 291 advantage and holds onto first.

Leading the way for the 'Dogs is senior Louisa Lies who fired a 1-over, 73 to tie for sixth place after one round. Lies recorded three birdies along with fellow teammate Christine Uhalde.

Freshman Madchen Ly is one stroke behind Lies at 2-over, 74 and in sole possession of ninth. Uhadle finished the day tied for 15th at 5-over, 77 while Shaylee Yano and Krysta Clark are in 21st (+9, 81) and 30th (+15, 87), respectively.

Charlee Kapiioho of Hawai'i is in first at 4-under 68 while last year's defending champion, Idaho's Kayla Mortellaro, Aileen Meredith of New Mexico State and San Jose State's Madeleine Ziegert are all tied for second at 2-under, 70.

The Bulldogs return to action Tuesday to compete in the second round of the WAC Championship with tee times starting at 7:30 a.m. PST.

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