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Cal Poly in 13th Place After First Round of Anuenue Spring Break Classic

Cal Poly in 13th Place After First Round of Anuenue Spring Break Classic

KAPALUA, Hawaii -- Madison Hirsch is the lone Cal Poly golfer in the top 30 as the Mustang women's golf team sits in 13th place among 15 schools after the first round of play in the Anuenue Spring Break Classic on Monday at The Bay Course in Kapalua on the Hawaiian island of Maui.

Hirsch (pictured at right) carded a four-over-par 76 and is in a tie for 26th place entering Tuesday's second round of play. Final round will be played Wednesday.

Also competing for Cal Poly are Taylor Yoshitake, tied for 45th place with a 78; Alex Phillips with a 79 and in a tie for 52nd place; Morgan Thomas, tied for 79th place with an 84; and Jamie Corr with an 85 for a tie for 82nd place.

Three other Mustangs are competing as individuals, led by Giovanna Ascolani with an 83 for a 76th-place tie. Asia Adell is tied for 79th place with an 84 while Montana Kosty is tied for 84th place with an 86.

Betty Chen of UC Davis, Ying Luo of Washington and Grace Na of Pepperdine all share first place with 70s after 18 holes of play.

Adell leads the field in par-3 scoring at one under par. Yoshitake is tied for 10th place in total pars with 12.

Pepperdine and Washington share the first-round team lead with two-over-par 290 totals, followed by San Jose State at 296. Cal Poly accumulated a four-person 29-over-par 317 total.