NCAA women's golf: USC running away with lead at Cle Elum regional

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NCAA women's golf: USC running away with lead at Cle Elum regional

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NCAA women's golf: USC running away with lead at Cle Elum regional

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While most teams struggled on Tuesday during the NCAA women’s golf Cle Elum regional second round, USC thrived.

The Trojans (-10) were the sole team to shoot below par, finishing the day at 3-under to take a commanding 12-shot lead over second place Washington (+2).

San Jose State (+6), Arkansas (+7), Northwestern (+10), Ohio State and UCF (+12). After Wednesday’s final round, the top six teams will advance to the NCAA Championship later this month at the Blessings Golf Course in Fayetteville, Ark.

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Jennifer Chang and Malia Nam shot rounds of 67 and 70, respectively, to lead the way for USC. Chang, a sophomore, leads the way on the individual leaderboard at 7-under, closely followed by Washington’s Rino Sasaki and UCF’s Ana Laura Collado at 6-under and Oregon’s Kathleen Scavo at 5-under.

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