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Stanford women in second at golf tourney after two rounds

Albane Valenzuela shot a 70 in Monday as Stanford improved 14 strokes to move into second place at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate. Photo courtesy of Stanford Athletics.

Freshman Mika Liu heads into the final round of the ANNIKA Intercollegiate in a three-way tie for second place, two strokes behind the leader.

Stanford also heads into the final round tied for second, four strokes off the pace at Olympic Hills Golf Club.

Shannon Aubert
Sophomore Andrea Lee and senior Shannon Aubert posted 3-under 69s, while sophomore Albane Valenzuela shot a 70 to help Stanford improve 14 shots from Sunday's first round, combining for an 8-under score of 280.

The Cardinal has a 36-hole total of 2-under 574 and is deadlocked with Texas, four strokes behind pacesetter Arkansas (570).

Aubert, Valenzuela and Liu each collected five birdies Monday on the 6,288-yard layout. Lee added four.

Liu, playing in her second collegiate tournament, shares a three-way tie for second in the individual competition at 4-under 140, two shots behind Natalie Srinivasan of Furman.

Lee is tied for 12th at 1-under 143, while Aubert is knotted for 16th at even par 144. Valenzuela is tied for 24th at 3-over 147, and senior Calli Ringsby is tied for 52nd at 13-over 157.

— Palo Alto Online Sports/Stanford Athletics

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