MONTEREY, Calif. – Four women’s golfers are in the top-five on the individual leaderboard, as Columbia holds a 23-stroke advantage after two rounds at the Monterey Bay Invitational at Del Monte Golf Course.

Monique Ishikawa tied with Amanda Myers from Northern Colorado for the best round of the day, shooting a 74, moving the Lions’ sophomore into the lead at the event with a two-day score of 150. First-year Rachel Shi is just one stroke shy of the top spot in second place, shooting a 76 on the day.

Senior Jane Dong, competing as an individual, is in third place after carding a 77 in the second round. She is just two strokes back of Ishikawa for the tournament lead.  

Lisa Combs shot a second round score of 80 and is five strokes back of the lead in fourth place. First-year Jackie Chulya is also in the top 10 after shooting an 81 on Monday. She will start the final round in a tie for seventh, eight back of the top spot.

Camilla Vik improved one stroke on her first round score, shooting an 80 in round two for a combined score of 161, placing her in a tie for 13th.

Joanna Henry also had a good performance competing as an individual for Columbia, shooting a 76 to move up eight spots into a tie for 18th.

The tournament will conclude with the third round Tuesday at Del Monte.

COLUMBIA (303-310--613) – 1st
1) Monique Ishikawa – 76-74--150
2) Rachel Shi – 75-76--151
3) Jane Dong – 75-77--152
4) Lisa Combs – 75-80--155
T6) Jackie Chulya – 77-81--158
T13) Camilla Vik – 81-80--161
T26) Joanna Henry – 87-76--163