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Cantlay, Bergland Tied for 14th After First Round of Meadow Club Collegiate

Cantlay, Bergland Tied for 14th After First Round of Meadow Club Collegiate


FAIRFAX, Calif. — Caroline Cantlay and Sophie Bergland carded one-over-par rounds of 73 on Monday during the first 18 holes of play in the Meadow Club Women's Collegiate golf tournament at the Meadow Club.

Cantlay and Bergland are in a nine-person logjam tied for 14th place entering Tuesday's final round on the 6,157-yard, par-72 course.

Only one round was played Monday as the start of competition was delayed three hours due to frost on the course. The 16-team tournament will wrap up Tuesday with 18 holes of play.

Cantlay recorded one birdie and two bogeys for her 73 while Bergland had on her scorecard three birdies and four bogeys.

Brittney Fan of Colorado posted a five-under-par 67 for the first-round lead, one shot ahead of Julianne Alvarez of Washington. Karen Miyamoto, also of Washington, is third with a 69.

No. 15 Washington enters the final round with an eight-stroke advantage over San Francisco and No. 19 Colorado, carding a four-person five-under-par 283 Monday. The Dons and Buffaloes both posted 291 aggregates while Oregon State is fourth at 294.

Cal Poly is 12th with a 16-over-par 304 total, just two strokes out of a three-way tie for ninth place.

In addition to Cantlay and Bergland, Cal Poly's other scoring golfers are Desiree Gillaspy, tied for 34th place with a 75; Jamie Harada, in 85th place with an 83; and Mallory Muehlbauer, in a tie for 87th place with an 87.

Bergland is fifth in par-4 scoring at even par. Cantlay's 15 pars are the second most in the field of 88 golfers.

San Francisco and San Jose State are co-hosting the tournament.