March 1, 2011
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. - After an opening round 314, Cal State Northridge slipped to a second round 322 and is 14th heading into Wednesday's final round of the Bruin Wave Invitational at Robinson Ranch G.C. Individually, Kylie Kimura moved into a tie for 29th to lead CSUN.
The Matadors, who were 13th after an opening round 314, dropped one spot to 14th following their team round of 322 on Tuesday. Northridge sits at 636, eight shots behind 13th-place UNLV.
Kimura, who was tied with teammate Margo Dionisio in 36th-place after a first round 77, carded a 76 on Tuesday and moved up into a tie for 29th at nine over-par 153. Kimura looks to crack the top-20 for the fifth time this season on Wednesday.
Clariss Guce also moved up on Tuesday as she carded a four over-par 76 to jump into a tie for 45th (+12) 156. Dionisio struggled to a (+11) 83 on Tuesday which followed an opening round 77. She is currently tied for 62nd at (+16) 160. Kendall Patten, competing individually, is tied for 70th at (+18) 162 after rounds of 81-81. Ashlee Nagamine, who began the day tied for 57th, slipped to 77th after a second round 87 on Tuesday while Jennel Alexander rounded out the Matador lineup with an 89 on Tuesday to drop to 81st at (+25) 169.
The third and final round begins at 8 a.m. on the par-72 Valley Course. The first grouping of the Waves, Bruins and Wildcats will start on the first tee at 9:20 a.m.
- GO MATADORS -