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Cal Poly Slips to 14th Place in 2nd Round of Ron Moore Intercollegiate

Cal Poly Slips to 14th Place in 2nd Round of Ron Moore Intercollegiate


DENVER, Colo. – Freshman Elizabeth Scholtes matched par on the second day of competition Saturday at the Ron Moore Women's Intercollegiate hosted by Denver University at the Highlands Ranch Golf Course.

Coach Sofie Aagaard's Mustangs are in 14th place in the 16-team field with a 39-over-par 615. Colorado State continues to lead after 36 holes with a three-under-par 573 total, followed by UC Davis at 582 and Kansas at 592.

Scholtes an Alameda High School graduate, followed her Friday round of 74 with a 72 Saturday on the 6,513-yard, par-72 course. Scholtes is tied for seventh place with Christine Danielsson of UC Davis, four strokes off the lead.

Samantha Hutchison of UC Davis shot another 71 Saturday and is tied for the lead with Ellen Secor of Colorado State with two-under-par 142 totals with 18 holes remaining to be played Sunday. Saga Traustadottir of Colorado State, first-round co-leader with Washington State's Amy Chu, carded a 73 and is in third place alone at 143. Chu slipped to a 78 and 14th place.

Cal Poly's other scoring golfers were Vanessa Wang (pictured above) with a 78 for a 154 total and 54th place, Tiffany Cha with a 78 for a 155 total and 61st place and Sienna Scibird with an 82 for a 160 total and 80th place.

Mallory Muehlbauer recorded an 88 and is in 90th place with a 171 total.

In the second round, Cal Poly was sixth in par-3 scoring at four over par but 15th in par-4 scoring and 16th in par-5 scoring. Scholtes was one under par on the par-3 holes for the second straight day, tied for second in the field, and carded three birdies and a trio of bogeys for her 72.