April 19, 2010
SAN BRUNO, Calif. --With the first two rounds of competition in the books, the Pepperdine men and women have the lead going into tomorrow's final round. The men had the two lowest rounds of the day with a first round score of 290, followed by a second round of 294 for a total score of 585, eight over par. Meanwhile the women did the same with a first round total of 307, followed by an even better second round of 293 for a total score of 600, 24 over par.
On the men's side, sitting in second place is San Francisco with a score of 595, 11 shots behind the Waves. Tied for third place are San Diego and Santa Clara at 596, just one shot behind the Dons. Rounding out the last four are Saint Mary's (601), Gonzaga (623), Portland (627), and Loyola Marymount (633). Individually, the Waves' Josh Anderson sits in first place with a one-under par score of 143 (71-72). He is followed closely by Santa Clara's Jimmy Cacho (71-73) and San Diego's Gunner Wiebe (73-71), who are just one shot back of him at an even score of 144.
For the women, San Francisco is currently in second place with a two-round score of 627, 51 over par. Rounding out the rest of the field are Gonzaga (646), Santa Clara (653), and Portland (670). Individually, the Dons' Danielle Cvitanov currently holds the lead with a two round score of 148 (75-73). Just like the men, however the race for the top individual spot is tight as Pepperdine's Kaitlin Drolson (78-71) and Danielle Kang (74-75) sit just one shot back at 149. They are also followed by teammates Lisa McCloskey (77-74) and Jessica Wallace (78-73) who are both tied with a score of 151.