VENTURA, Calif. — The Cal Lutheran women's golf team finished fourth with Erica Mitchell leading the way as she tied for 10th at the SCIAC #2 which was hosted by the Regals at the Olivas Links Golf Club on Saturday and Sunday.
The SCIAC #2 is the second leg of the SCIAC Championships and consisted of two rounds. The golfers shot 18 holes on both days. The first leg was on Feb. 16-17. CLU was fourth after the first 36 holes.
The Regals maintained their fourth-place spot after 4 rounds of golf and widened the gap between them and Chapman. CLU shot 319 strokes on Saturday and 307 on Sunday. They have a total of 1,278 strokes through 72 holes. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps is first (1,223), Redlands is second (1,230), Pomona-Pitzer is third (1,260) and Chapman is fifth (1,283).
Mitchell led the way for the Violet and Gold as she tied for 10th at 8-over-par. She shot a 6-over-par 78 in the first round and a fired a 74 in the second for 152 strokes.
Brooke Logsdon made it two Regals in the top 15 as she tied for 14th at 11-over-par. She shot tallied a 79 on Saturday and a 76 on Tuesday for a total of 155 strokes.
Chloe Barnes, Grace Cornejo and Bailey Runchey also competed for the Regals. Barnes tied for 32nd at 20-over-par (81-83-164), Cornejo tied for 34th at 21-over-par (86-79-165) and Runchey was 46th at 42-over-par (98-88-186).
The final three rounds are at the SCIAC Championships which will be held at Brookside Golf Club in Pasadena, Calif., on April 18-20.
Results SCIAC #2: Team | Player
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Release by Ryan Jorgenson, Sports Information Director