(ISN) – The University of Victoria Vikes women’s golf team completed day one of their two-day campaign at the Escondido Women’s Intercollegiate held at Escondido Country Club in California. Hosts Cal State San Marcos are currently in the lead following the first round but it is UVic’s Megan Woodland (Victoria, BC) who is first on the individual leader board.
Woodland has been the consistent leader for the the Vikes women all season including a first place finish as an individual and with her team at the 2011 Vikes Shootout. Woodland shot a 71 (+1), four shots ahead of second place finisher Stephanie Cole of Cal State-San Marcos, who shot a 85 (+5).
The Vikes women are currently in second place with a team score of 321, three points behind CSU-San Marcos. Brynn Tomie (Bedford, NS) is tied for fifth place after a round one score of 79 (+9). Also competing for the Vikes is Victoria Kondrak (Victoria, BC), in 13th, with a score of 84, as well as Cari Chow (Victoria, B.C.), tied for 18th, with a score of 87 and Michaela Misener (Stanhope, PEI), tied for 20th with a score of 88.
UVic stole the leader board in stats as Woodland is second in number of birdies made (2) and first in number of pars (13). The Vikes also lead in par-3, par-4 an par-5 scoring.
The Vikes hold a one point lead over the third place team, California Baptist, and will look to continue their success on the par-70 course tomorrow, Mar. 6.