Lake Forest Maintains Hold of Second Place on Day Two of MWC Championships

Lake Forest Maintains Hold of Second Place on Day Two of MWC Championships

Sophomore Amanda Lee posted the second-best 18-hole score in program history on Saturday and the Foresters remained in second place after day two of three at the 2018 Midwest Conference Championship Tournament.

Lee carded a 2-over 75 on Saturday, matching Nina Kouchi of Grinnell College for the best round of the day in the 31-player field. It was two shots better than her previous career-best and two strokes off the team record set by Allie Girard in 2016. Lee is now in fourth place in the tournament with a 36-hole score of 160, which ranks third in the program's five-year history.

Fellow sophomore Faith Jung is next on the team and sixth overall at 167 after completing Saturday's round in 83 shots. Her two-day score matched the sixth-lowest mark in team history.

Junior Cece Cruz is tied-for-16th after posting a score of 88 on Friday and 95 on Saturday. Senior Anheyte Guajardo ranks tied-for-24th in the field after a 96 in the first round and a 97 in the second. Freshman Sophia Levinson is 30th after improving by six shots from Friday to Saturday with a 98.

Grinnell leads the team standings with a two-day total of 642, 61 strokes ahead of the Foresters. After a 353 on Friday and 35 on Saturday, Lake Forest is ahead of third-place Monmouth College by 14 shots while Illinois College ranks fourth at 725 and St. Norbert College fifth at 726.

Sunday's final round is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m.

Friday's Day 1 Recap