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By: CUBuffs.com
Buffs In Ninth Place At Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational
Release: October 08, 2013
By: Marlee Horn, Assistant SID
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Sammamish, Wash. – With one hole remaining for nine individuals in the second round of the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational, the University of Colorado women’s golf team currently sits in ninth place. Play began Tuesday morning, with a slight delay due to hailing in the first round. Play was suspended on the final hole for three groups due to darkness.

With one second round hole remaining for three Buffaloes, CU has shot 32-over par 599, moving up three spots from the team’s round one finish (a 28-over par 316 performance), at the par-72, 7,003-yard Sahalee Country Club course.  

CU head coach Anne Kelly said that the team faced tough weather conditions – everything from cold to sunny weather and rain and hail. Though she believes the conditions contributed to their first round performance, she believes putting troubles was the primary reason for the Buffs’ early struggles.   

“Typically we’re a pretty good bad weather team,” Kelly said. “I think it did affect us, and I really don’t know why. Usually we’re better at handling conditions than that. I really don’t have an answer for this morning. We just played bad golf. We can’t do that. We just need to keep our rounds under control better than that. But we’re making a comeback. I’m proud of them for that. I hope we can play a really good third round.”

Three Pac-12 teams sit atop the standings. Stanford holds first place with a seven stroke lead, shooting a 7-under par 569 (284-285). Host Washington and Oregon are tied for second at 14-over par 590s. San Jose State remains at fourth place after shooting 20-over par 596, while UCF rounds out the top five with a 22-over par 598. California, Gonzaga and Colorado each have three individuals with one hole remaining in the second round.  

Senior Jenny Coleman leads the Buffs. After shooting 4-over par 145, Coleman is currently tied for 11th place, with one hole remaining in the second round. After recording five bogeys in the first round for a 6-over par 78, Coleman improved greatly in the second, birdying on two of the holes on which she had previously bogeyed. With only the par-3 ninth hole remaining, Coleman is currently 2-under par 67 in the second round.

Sophomore Jamie Oleksiew also has one hole remaining and is currently tied for 22nd with a score of 6-over par 147. Through 35 holes, Oleksiew has shot four birdies, including improving from a double bogey in the first round to a birdie in the second on the par-3 hole 5. In 17 holes in the second round, Oleksiew sits at an even par 69.

Senior Kristin Coleman is tied for 38th after shooting 10-over par 154. Coleman had the Buffs’ best first round performance, shooting a 5-over par 77. Though she double bogeyed on the first hole in both rounds, she trimmed two strokes on the fifth and sixth holes in the first round and on the 17th and 18th in the second.

With one hole remaining, sophomore Alexis Keating is tied for 44th, shooting 12-over par 153. She shot an 11-over par 83 in the first round, but is showing great improvement in the second, currently shooting 1-over par 70. Allie Zech is tied for 57th, having shot 19-over par 163 (83-80).

Stanford’s Mariko Tumangan and Mariah Stackhouse hold the top two individual spots, with a 7-under par 137 and a 6-under par 138, respectively. Bev Vantananugulkit of UC Davis ranks third after shooting 3-under par 141, and Caroline Inglis of Oregon is fourth with an even par 144. Washington’s SooBin Kim ranks fifth with a 1-over par 145.  

Tee times for the third round will begin at 7:45 PST, with the players concluding the final hole of the second round teeing off at the same time. Pairings will remain the same.

BUFFALOES INDIVIDUALS

t-11.

Jenny Coleman

78-67 (17)—145

t-22.

Jamie Oleksiew

78-69 (17) —147

t-38.

Kristin Coleman

77-77—154

t-44.

Alexis Keating

83-70 (17) —153

t-57.

Allie Zech

83-80—163

TOP 5 INDIVIDUALS

1.

Mariko Tumangan, Stanford

71-66—137

2.

Mariah Stackhouse, Stanford

68-70—138

3.

Bev Vantananugulkit, UC Davis

70-71—141

4.

Caroline Inglis, Oregon

71-73—144

5.

SooBin Kim, Washington

71-74—145

TEAM STANDINGS

1.

Stanford

285-284—569

t-2.

Washington

301-289—590

t-2.

Oregon

296-294—590

4.

San Jose State

300-296—596

5.

UCF

297-301—598

t-6.

California

301-293—594

t-6.

UC Davis

303-297—600

8.

Gonzaga

303-293—596

9.

Colorado

316-283—599

10.

Columbia

308-302—610

11.

San Francisco

307-311—618

12.

Long Beach State

311-318—629

13.

Washington State

317-321—638

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