Nov. 2, 2011
Kapolei, Hawai'i -
Very little changed in terms of standings Wednesday with the completion of the Rainbow Wahine Invitational Women's Golf Tournament at Kapolei Golf Course.
UCLA stretched its 18-stroke hold on first place to 20 strokes over runnerup Washington, the Bruins' Lee Lopez turned her one-stroke lead into a four-stroke individual championship and Cal State Fullerton remained in ninth place in the 12-team field as the five Titan golfers all maintained their pace of the first 36 holes.
Freshman Tisha Alyn Abrea shot a 2-over 74 to finish with a team low score of 10-over-par 226 for a tie for 23rd place as the Titans posted a team score of 59-over-par 923. Fellow freshman Se Ri Lee shot 76 to total 229 and tie for 27th and her three remaining teammates all shot 77s to finish at 234 for Deidre Crabtree, 237 for Neomi Hunt and 241 for Taylor Fowler.
Stanford moved into third place ahead of fourth-place Florida International in the only team standing change out of the final 18 holes.
Fullerton has completed the Fall portion of the 2011-12 schedule and returns to competition on Feb. 19 when the Titans host the second annual Folino Invitational at Industry Hills Golf Course.