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Cal Poly Tied for 10th place in Rain-Shortened Edean Ihlanfeldt Invite

Cal Poly Tied for 10th place in Rain-Shortened Edean Ihlanfeldt Invite
SAMMAMISH, Wash. -- Vanessa Wang and Elizabeth Scholtes both carded 77s to highlight Cal Poly's performance in the opening round of the UW Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational on Tuesday at the Sahalee Golf Club near Seattle.
Wang and Scholtes (pictured at right) are tied for 22nd place entering Tuesday's final round on the 5,980-yard par-72 course. The tournament, originally scheduled for two rounds Tuesday and one more round Wednesday, has been shortened to 36 holes due to weather conditions (rain and 50-degree temperatures).
Cal Poly is tied for 10th place with Nebraska, both with four-person 317 totals. UC Davis leads with a 297 aggregate, followed by host Washington (304) and Sacramento State and Rutgers, both at 305. There are 11 teams in the field.
Individual co-leaders after 18 holes are Rei Nakatani of UC Davis and Kimberlee Tottori of Seattle, both at even par. Four other golfers share third place at two over par and seven are at three over par with 18 holes to play.
Cal Poly's other scoring golfers are Caroline Cantlay with an 81 for a 41st-place tie, Jensen Jalufka with an 82 for a 47th-place tie and Madi Daniel with an 84 for a tie for 55th place.
Scholtes is third in par-3 scoring at one under par while Daniel is tied for sixth place in par-5 scoring, also at one under par. Wang and Scholtes both carded a dozen pars, tied for seventh among the 60 golfers in the field.