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A 13-stroke improvement helps Stanford women improve their lie

 

Senior Ziyi Wang and freshman Angelina Li each shot a round of 70 to help the Stanford women's golf team shoot a 1-over 285 on Monday in the second round of the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes.

The Cardinal, which improved by 13 strokes from the first round, moved up a spot, into a tie for eighth heading into Tuesday’s final round.


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Wang’s round of 1-under moved her into a ninth-place tie. She started the day in 16th. Her round consisted of 15 pars, a pair of birdies and one bogey.

Ye moved into a tie for 15th from 19th. Her 1-under round was helped by five birdies.

Aline Krauter recorded three birdies en route to an even-par 71, a four-stroke improvement, and is in a tie for 21st.

Freshman Brooke Seay improved by four strokes over Sunday's first round with a 4-over 75. Calista Reyes shot a 76 on Sunday in the first round but signed the wrong scorecard. She followed with a 74 on Monday in the second round with two birdies.

— Staff report

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