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CMS Holds the Lead After Two Days of Action at SCIAC Championships

CMS Holds the Lead After Two Days of Action at SCIAC Championships

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The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) women's golf team continues to pace the field after day two action at the 2018 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Championship Tournament hosted by Chapman at Los Serranos Golf Club in Chino Hills, Calif.

CMS improved five strokes from day one, posting a stellar round of 294 and has now recorded a two-day total of 593 to lead the field. Cal Lutheran remains in second place with a 36-hole score of 630, while Chapman is just five strokes behind the Regals after eliminating 11 strokes from its score on day two to post a 635 for the two days. Whittier cut 14 strokes off its day one score for a combined mark of 640 and is just one stroke ahead of Pomona-Pitzer in fifth place (641). Redlands is currently in sixth place with a collective score of 648 after an 18-stroke improvement, while Occidental is in seventh after improving seven strokes for a two-day score of 671. 

Emily Attiyeh of CMS shot the low round of the day - carding a two-under-par 70, and is currently tied with Athenas' teammate Emma Kang for third place overall with a two-day score of 150. Sunday's leader Margaret Loncki shot a 77 and has now posted a two-day total of 146 to lead the field. Caroline Ordian of Redlands turned in a day two mark of 73 and is just three shots back of Loncki after two days of action (149). Kajal Vitha of Whittier, and Taylor Hughes of CMS each shot rounds of 74 on Monday, while Chapman's Emily Lewis and Marisa Bhanubandh, Mira Yoo and Kelly Ransom of CMS, and Marissa McCardell of Cal Lutheran each collected scores of 75 on day two.