TACOMA, Wash. — The Cal Poly women's golf team enters the final round of the Pat Lesser Harbottle Invitational on Tuesday morning in 14th place among the 15 schools competing for top honors.
Coach Sofie Aagaard's Mustangs posted a four-person 308 total in Monday's morning round and 328 in the afternoon, dropping from an eighth-place tie after the first 18 holes of play at the Tacoma Country Club.
Washington leads with a 13-over-par 589 total, followed by Oregon State at 592 and BYU at 597 in the tournament hosted by Seattle University.
Individual leader with 18 holes to play is Martina Edberg of Cal State Fullerton with rounds of 70 and 72 for an even-par 142 total, one stroke ahead of Oregon State's Olivia Benzin (70-73). Julianne Alvarez of Washington is another shot back at 144.
Cal Poly's highest finisher after 36 holes is Sophie Bergland (pictured above), tied for 30th place with a 155 total following rounds of 75 and 80. Jamie Binns is tied for 56th place with a 159 aggregate after posting a 78 and 81 while Sadie Strain is tied for 69th place with a pair of 81s for a 162 total.
Also scoring for Cal Poly was Mallory Muehlbauer with a 78 and 86 for a 164 total and 74th place. Desiree Gillaspy withdrew during the second round after carding an opening-round 77.
Cal Poly in 14th Place After First Two Rounds of Pat Lesser Harbottle Invite