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Cal Poly Climbs into Tie for Sixth Place at Anuenue Spring Break Classic

Cal Poly Climbs into Tie for Sixth Place at Anuenue Spring Break Classic


KAPALUA, Hawai'i — Cal Poly shaved four strokes off its first-round total and Caroline Cantlay and Sophie Bergland enter Wednesday's final round in the top 20 at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic women's golf tournament being held on The Bay Course at Kapalua Resort.

On the Hawaiian island of Maui, Coach Sofie Aagaard's Mustangs posted a four-person 302 Tuesday for a 32-over-par 608 total, tied for sixth place with Santa Clara and UC Irvine.

Host Hawaii leads the 13-team tournament with a three-over-par 579 total, followed by Louisville at 581 and Long Beach State at 588.

Cantlay carded a 71, tying her career best, and climbed from 28th place into a tie for 13th place with a four-over-par 148 total. Cantlay's round included four birdies and three bogeys.

Bergland, in seventh place Monday after her round of 73, which included her first career hole-in-one, posted a 76 for a 149 total and 17th place. Bergland recorded one birdie and four bogeys.

Desiree Gillaspy carded a 75 and is tied for 37th place with a 153 total while Jamie Harada sits in 54th place with a 158 aggregate following a second-round 80.

Rounding out Cal Poly's scoring is Mallory Muehlbauer with an 85 for a 166 total and 65th place.

Individual leader heading into the final round is Lauren Hartlage of Louisville with a 69 for a four-under-par 140 total and a one-shot lead over Emma Lower of Hawaii, who also carded a 69.

Kaci Masuda of Hawaii is two shots back, Kristin Engle of Louisville trails by three and Haley Tygret of Long Beach State rounds out the top five, four shots back.