Cal Poly Women's Golf Fourth After 36 Holes in Marsh Landing Invitational
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- The Cal Poly women's golf team is fourth among 10 teams competing in the Marsh Landing Intercollegiate on Monday at the March Landing Country Club.
Coach Scott Cartwright's Mustangs carded rounds of 298 and 310 for a 608 total on the 6,014-yard, par-72 course. Final round is set for Tuesday morning.
Stetson leads with a 582 total, followed by Cincinnati (603) and Jacksonville (607).
Cal Poly's top scorer after 36 holes is Kirsten Locke (pictured at right) with rounds of 70 and 80 for a six-over-par 150 total. Her opening round ties a school record accomplished eight times previously, most recently by Taylor Yoshitake in the Monterey Bay Invitational two weeks ago.
Locke is in a tie for ninth place entering the final round while Caitlin Farley is tied for 11th place following rounds of 76 and 75 for a 151 total.
Yoshitake is tied for 15th place with a 153 total after carding a 76 and 75 while Asia Adell is tied for 18th place with a 76 and 78 for a 154 total. Mustang Morgan Thomas rounded out Cal Poly's scoring with rounds of 76 and 82 for a 158 total, tied for 30th place.
Individual leader after 36 holes is Alex Buelow of Stetson with a 71 and 69 for a four-under-par 140 total, followed by Andrea Malek of Cincinnati at 145 (74-71) and Anna Wiklund of Florida Atlantic at 146 (72-74).