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Bears Remain In Top Half Of The Pack

Bears Remain In Top Half Of The Pack

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Fouillet Tied For 8th After 36 Holes

PHOENIX, Ariz. – The California women’s golf team remains in the top half of the standings following day two of the PING/ASU Invitational after carding a 2-over-par 290 team score in Friday’s second round.

The Golden Bears are shooting 1-under as a team through 36 holes played, led once again by freshman Constance Fouillet, who has paced Cal in scoring a team-best four times this year. After tying for first place individually in the opening round, Fouillet (68-73 – 141) is now tied for eighth at 3-under 141.

Cal’s best score on the day came from sophomore Adora Liu (74-71 – 145), who shot a 1-under 71. That moved her up 23 spots into a tie with senior Rina Tatematsu (71-74 – 145).

After a slow start to the day, Tatematsu finished strong with three birdies on the back nine to finish the round at 2-over 74. Finishing with an identical score and three birdies of her own was sophomore Olivia Lee (75-74 – 149).

Cristina Ochoa continued her consistent play with a second straight even-par 72, highlighted by back-to-back birdies on holes 8 and 9. With her eighth par or better score in her last 10 rounds, Ochoa heads into round three one stroke outside of the top 20.

Cal begins the final day tomorrow with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. PT.


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