The Cal Poly women’s golf team is in fifth place after the second day of the three-day Big West Conference Championships at San Luis Obispo Country Club.
The Mustangs were sixth after Sunday’s opening round. On Monday, Cal Poly carded a 22-over 314 to move into fifth place at 633 and enters today’s final round one shot behind fourth-place Cal State Fullerton (632).
UC Davis is running away with the team title with a 9-over 593 on the par-73 course, but the Aggies were 12-over 304 Monday after a blistering 3-under 289 Sunday.
The Aggies have four golfers in the top nine and a fifth golfer in 10th place to set the pace, 16 strokes ahead of second-place Long Beach State (609). UC Irvine is in third at 618.
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UC Davis’ Demi Runas and Andrea Wong both shot 73s Monday. Runas is the individual leader at 1-under 145, three strokes ahead of Wong (148). Long Beach State’s Chaewon Park is another strong back in third at 149.
Taylor Yoshitake is Cal Poly’s top golfer in a tie for 16th place at 157 after shooting a 77 Monday. She was tied for 21st after Sunday’s round.
Kirsten Locke shot a 78 for Cal Poly on Monday and is tied for 19th at 158. She was tied with Yoshitake at 21st after the first round.