FRESNO, Calif. The University of Nevada women’s golf team is in 16th place after the first day of the Kitahara Fresno State Invitational. The Invitational is the Wolf Pack’s first action of the spring season and is being held at the par 72, 6,072-yard Copper River Country Club in Fresno, Calif.
UC Irvine is in the lead after day one (297), followed by host Fresno State (299) and the University of Hawai`i (303).
Nevada recorded a team score of 321 (+33) on the first day of the Invitational to finish in 16th place. The Pack is led by sophomore Melanie De Leon who is tied for 29th place with a 78 (+6). Senior Kelly Burke is tied for 40th with a 79 (+7) followed by senior Nicole de Gennaro who is tied for 61st with an 81 (+9).
Freshman Pamela Abreu and junior Heather Olmstead are tied for 80th place with an 83 (+11).
Junior Jennie Pleas, who was playing as an individual and did not count towards the team score, finished in a tie for 73rd with an 82 (+10).
Day two of the Kitahara Fresno State Invitational will conclude today. Go to nevadawolfpack.com for results or goftstat.com for live scoring.