Stanford women seventh after second round of Pac-12 golf tourney


Stanford received 1-over-par 73s from sophomore Shannon Aubert, senior Mariah Stackhouse and freshman Sierra Kersten and is tied for seventh after two rounds of the Pac-12 Championships at Ruby Hill Golf Club.

After opening with a team total of 1-under 287, the No. 6 Cardinal combined for a 6-over 294 on Tuesday and stands at 5-over 581. Top-ranked USC leads at 553.

Sierra Kersten
Starting on the back nine, Aubert collected four birdies, the last two coming at the par-5 eighth and par-4 ninth. She is tied for 18th at 1-under 143, eight strokes behind pacesetter Gabriella Then of USC.

Stackhouse fashioned five birdies and Kersten three in only her third collegiate event. They are tied for 29th with teammate Lauren Kim (75) at 2-over 146. Casey Danielson (75) is tied for 49th.

The final round will be played Wednesday.

— Stanford Athletics

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