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Stanford women slip to seventh at Pac-12 golf championships

 

The 16th-ranked Stanford women's golf team moved down the leaderboard in the Pac-12 Conference championships at Boulder Country Club in Colorado on Tuesday.

The Cardinal fell into seventh with a second round score of 19-over 303.

Oregon is tied for the top spot with UCLA at 5-over. Third-place Arizona (+6) was the only team to post a red score during the penultimate round of the 54-hole event with a 2-under 282.

UCLA's Bronte Law (-5) and Erynne Lee (-4) are the top two individuals.

Lauren Kim was steady with her second consecutive round of 1-over 72, sharing 12th with two others. Kim birdied the par-4 seventh and par-5 10th.

Mariah Stackhouse's 4-over 75 put her at 3-over through 36 holes and tied for 15th. Stackhouse's only birdie came on the 490-yard par-5 12th.

Casey Danielson is tied for 25th at 7-over following her second-round 78. Shannon Aubert, who also shot 78, is tied for 38th at 11-over.

Quirine Eijkenboom fell two spots while shooting an 83.

— Palo Alto Online Sports/Stanford Athletics

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