FIRST-DAY RESULTS (pdf)
SPRINGVILLE, Utah -- The Cal Poly women's golf team, opening the fall portion of its 2019-20 season, is in fifth place, just nine strokes off the pace, after two rounds of play in the Hobble Creek Fall Classic hosted by Utah Valley on Monday at the Hobble Creek Golf Course.
Playing on the 6,135-yard, par-71 course, Coach Sofie Aagaard's Mustangs posted four-person totals of 293 in the morning and 295 in the afternoon for a 20-over-par 588 total. Northern Arizona leads with a 579 aggregate, followed by Utah Valley (585), New Mexico State (586) and Cal State Fullerton (587).
There are 17 teams competing in the two-day, 54-hole tournament.
Cal Poly's top finisher after 36 holes is Caroline Cantlay with rounds of 72 and 73 for a three-over-par 145 total and a tie for seventh place with four other golfers. Vanessa Wang is tied for 12th place with a 146 total after posting a 72 and 74.
Jocelyn Chee of Cal Baptist leads the field of 88 golfers with a pair of 70s for a two-under-par 140 total and a one-shot lead over Nathalie Iribacher of Utah Valley (73-68--141). Akejsandra Chekalina of Northern Arizona is third (68-74--142).
In addition to Cantlay (pictured above) and Wang, Cal Poly's other scoring golfers were Elizabeth Scholtes with a 73 and 75 for a 148 total and 23rd place; Madi Daniel with a 79 and 73 for a 152 total and 43rd place; and Sienna Scibird with a 76 and 78 for a 154 total and 59th place.
Final round Tuesday begins at 7:30 a.m. Pacific.