UVU Women Remain in Twelfth Place Through Two Days at Aggie Invitational
Kaleb Searle | Sports writer | @k_searle87
LAS CRUCES, NM—The Utah Valley University women’s golf team still sits in twelfth place after the second round of the Aggie Invitational Tuesday. Their score through two days is a combined 45-over-par 614, just five strokes behind eleventh place Portland State. BYU maintained the lead through Tuesday and is currently at a 1-over 569.
Senior Cassandra Lesa carded the best round of the tournament for UVU Tuesday with a 1-over 73, shooting up the individual leaderboard to a tie for 31st. Lesa leads the Wolverines through two rounds at a 7-over 151. Trailing her by only one shot is fellow Senior Kalea Heu, who is in a tie for 39th with an 8-over 152.
Redshirt Freshman Carly Dehlin continued her pace set Monday with another 6-over round and currently sits in 59th place with a 12-over 156. Fellow Freshman Ana Margarita Raga, competing in the tournament as an individual, is in 67th place with a 15-over 159. Junior Kimberly Nyhus is in 68th place after carding an 11-over 83 Tuesday. Her combined score is a 16-over 160 through two rounds. Freshman Katie Perkins improved on her first round score with a 6-over 78 Tuesday. Perkins is in 69th place with a 17-over 161.
The Aggie Invitational will wrap up with a final round Wednesday. The Wolverine women will begin their last round of the tournament at 8:30 a.m. with live scoring available at golfstatresults.com.
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