Senior Lauren Kim and junior Casey Danielson fired 3-under-par 69s on Monday to help the No. 11-ranked Stanford women's golf team increase its lead in the Silverado Showdown at Silverado Resort and Spa.
Stanford posted a four-player score of 3-under 285 and has a two-day total of 5-under 571. Defending champion Oregon is second at 9-over 585.
Senior Mariah Stackhouse shot her second-consecutive even-par 72, making two birdies and two bogeys, while sophomore Shannon Aubert saved her best for last, eagling the par-5 18th hole to shoot 75.
Freshman Sierra Kersten, competing individually, eagled the par-5 16th hole and shot 75.
Kim leads in the medalist chase at 5-under 139, one stroke ahead of Cathleen Santoso of Oregon. Danielson is third at 3-under 140, while Stackhouse is tied for fifth at 144.
Aubert and Kersten are tied for 24th and junior Quirine Eijkenboom is tied for 72nd.
The final round will be played Tuesday.
Former Stanford tennis coach and current John L. Hinds Director of Tennis Dick Gould was honored as a Team USA Coaching Legend at the third annual Team USA Coaching Awards reception held Sunday at the ASICS Easter Bowl junior tournament at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in Indian Wells.
"Coach Gould is a living legend," USTA Player Development General Manager Martin Blackman said. "His elevation of college tennis in the 70s and 80s raised the bar for college tennis throughout the country and positioned college tennis as a pathway for American champions. He also showed the country that college tennis could generate revenue and galvanize college community support for universities."
Gould is widely regarded as one of the best college tennis coaches of all time. He led the Stanford Men's Tennis program from 1966-2004, where he guided the Cardinal to 17 NCAA team championships and coached 10 NCAA singles champions, seven NCAA doubles champions and 50 all-Americans.
The Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Coach of the Decade for the 1980s and 90s and a member of numerous Halls of Fame, Gould coached eight different Olympians and 13 different Grand Slam champions (singles, doubles and mixed) at Stanford, including John McEnroe and Bob and Mike Bryan.