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Cal Poly Tied for Sixth Place in Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate

Cal Poly Tied for Sixth Place in Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate

PALM DESERT, Calif. – With a pair of golfers in the top 25, the Cal Poly women's golf team opened its 2014 fall season by finishing in a tie for sixth after two rounds of play in the Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate on Saturday on The Classic Club's Troon Course.

Madison Hirsch (pictured at right) carded rounds of 74 and 81 and is tied for 17th place entering Sunday's final round while Sophie Bergland is in a tie for 21st place after posting rounds of 78 and 78.

There are 16 teams competing in the two-day, 54-hole event. San Jose State leads with a 36-hole, four-person 25-over-par 601 total, followed by UC Riverside at 608 and New Mexico State at 613.

Cal Poly, which recorded rounds of 311 and 314, is tied for sixth place with Southern Utah, 24 strokes behind San Jose State.

Individual leader after 36 holes is Megan Osland of San Jose State with a 74 and 71 for a one-over-par 145 total, one stroke ahead of Rockelle Sande of Sacramento State (75-71). Charlotte Jaengkit of Grand Canyon and Isabella Leung of Hawai'I share third place with 148 totals.

In addition to Hirsch and Bergland, Cal Poly's scoring golfers also included Jamie Binns, tied for 33rd place with rounds of 79 and 79 for a 158 total; Jamie Harada, tied for 37th place with an 80 and 79 for a 159 total; and Jamie Corr with an 82 and 78 for a 160 total, tied for 46th place.