LAKEWOOD, Wash. — The Cal Poly women's golf team is seventh among 13 schools competing in the inaugural Pat Lesser Harbottle Invitational after 36 holes of play Monday at the Tacoma Country and Golf Club.
Coach Scott Cartwright's Mustangs carded four-person rounds of 311 and 308 on the 6,086-yard, par-72 course for a 36-hole 43-over-par 619 total.
Washington leads with a 579 total, followed by Washington State at 593 and Grand Canyon at 607. Host Seattle University is eighth at 622.
Cal Poly's top finishers after two rounds are Desiree Gillaspy with rounds of 76 and 75 for a seven-over-par 151 total, and Madison Hirsch (pictured at right) with a 78 and 73, also for a 151 total. Both are tied for 18th place with two other golfers.
Sophie Berglund is tied for 33rd place with a 78 and 80 for a 158 total while Jamie Binns with a pair of 80s and Jamie Harada with a 79 and 81 are tied for 47th place with 160 totals.
Individual leader is Jennifer Yang of Washington with an even-par 144 total, one stroke ahead of three golfers sharing second place. They are Alivia Brown of Washington State, Charlotte Jaengkit of Grand Canyon and Ying Luo of Washington, all with 145 totals.
Final round will be played Tuesday morning.