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UW In Sixth After Day One At Juli Inkster Invitational

UW In Sixth After Day One At Juli Inkster Invitational

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FAIRFAX, Calif. – The Washington women’s golf team completed day one of the Juli Inkster Invitational in sixth place, as play was suspended due to darkness just over halfway through the second round at the Meadow Club.
Washington was led by Bremerton’s Brittany Kwon, who was tied for 15th place at 1-over overall, having completed 12 holes in her second round. In that round, she was 3-under, with four birdies and one bogey.
The day saw multiple rain delays, but the 13 teams, most of whom were more than halfway through their second rounds, will attempt to complete round two and then round three tomorrow.
Camille Boyd was the next lowest Husky. Thanks to a 1-under second round, through 11 holes, she was tied for 19th place at 2-over.
Stefanie Deng carded a 2-over 74 in the opening round and was 2-over through 12 in the second, tying her for 27th at day’s end.
Senior Winnie Ng carded the low first round for the UW, with a 1-over 73. Midway through round two, she’s tied for 48th at 6-over. Also tied for 48th at the stop of play was Kennedy Knox, also 6-over.
Play resumes Tuesday morning.


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