WWU tied for sixth after first day at Super San Diego Championship
Feb. 11, 2013
SAN DIEGO, Calif. - The Western Washington University women's golf team began the spring portion of its schedule Monday, shooting 327, and is tied for sixth among 20 teams after first-day action at the Super San Diego Collegiate Golf Championship being held at the Riverwalk Golf Club.
The second and final round is Tuesday, beginning at 7:30 a.m.
Grand Canyon and Sonoma State are tied for the team lead at 315. Cal State San Marcos is third (316), one shot behind, with host Point Loma Nazarene fourth (325) and Academy of Art fifth (326).
WWU is in a four-way tied for sixth with Claremont Mudd Scripps, Cal State East Bay and Victoria BC.
"I thought they played better than they scored," said WWU coach Bo Stephan.
The Vikings were led by Claire Rachor (Sr., Bellingham), who is tied for 14th in medalist play after shooting 8-over par 80.
Victoria's Megan Woodland is the medalist leader by three shots at 2-under 70. Sonoma State's Spencer Heller is second at 1-over 73.
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