Matadors 15th After Two Rounds at Season-Opening Oregon State Invitational

CORVALIS, Ore. - Margo Dionisio posted rounds of 76-77 and is tied for 38th-place while the Cal State Northridge women's golf team is in 15th-place after two rounds of the season-opening Oregon State Invitational at Trysting Tree G.C.

As a team, the Matadors opened with a round of 324 before posting a round of 325 in the afternoon. CSUN is currently 29 shots behind Hawaii and Weber State who are both tied for 13th.

In head coach Annie Young's first tournament leading the Matadors, it was senior Dionisio who was the lone CSUN player to put together two rounds in the 70's. She sits in 38th-place with five other players at nine over-par 153. Dionisio was 34th after her opening round 76 but slipped four spots after the second round 77.

Dionisio, a three-year letterwinner, was joined in the Matador lineup by three players making their CSUN debut along with sophomore Sharon Shin.

Remylee Molyneux opened with a six over 78 which kept her near the top-50 but a second round 84 dropped her into a tie for 72nd. Molyneux is at (+18) 162 heading into the final 18 holes on Tuesday. Others making their Matador debut included Stephanie Bush who is tied for 84th at (+23) 167 after rounds of 84-83 and Alanna Loyd who is tied for 86th at (+24) 168 after posting rounds of 87-81. Shin, who competed in every tournament for the Matadors as a freshman in 2011-12, is currently 88th at (+26) 170 following scores of 86-84.

The final round is scheduled for Tuesday morning.


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