BREMERTON, Wash. – As it continues to play in its first-ever conference tournament at the Division I level, the CSU Bakersfield women’s golf team remains in fifth place after two days of action at the West Coast Conference Championships on Tuesday at Gold Mountain Golf Club. 

Freshman Jordanne Barr (Bakersfield, Calif., Frontier HS) finished as the lowest-scoring Roadrunner for the second day in a row after posting an 83 on Tuesday. Combined with the 78 she hit on Monday, Barr is in 19th place with a 17-over 161. Heading into the final day of the tournament, the Roadrunners have combined to shoot a 683 (342-341).

Pepperdine is in first place with a 6-over 582 (293-289). Pepperdine’s Grace Na is atop the leaderboard with a 4-under 140 (70-70). Freshman Michelle Martel (Bakersfield, Calif., Frontier HS) moved up in the standings and is now in 26th at 169 (85-84). Junior Malea Miller (Bakersfield, Calif., Bakersfield College) shaved six strokes off of her Monday score and is now sitting at 176 (91-85) in 29th place. Lexi Keeter (Fr., Bakersfield, Calif., Frontier HS) and Micah Lopez (So., Bakersfield, Calif., East Bakersfield HS) are tied for 29th at 181 with scores of 92-89 and 88-93 respectively. 

The final round of the three-day, 54-hole tournament will tee off at 8 a.m. on Wednesday.