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The Warriors jumped out to a 32-shot lead in the opening round on Sunday, Oct. 3, thanks to a dazzling +2 round of 72 from Stiles that put her alone in second place in the tournament. Stiles had six birdies during the round, including two back-to-back birdies to start out the day and four in her first seven holes.
Pan was just two shots off Stiles’ pace thanks to a 74 that included a final 11 holes where she played to one under par.
On Monday, Oct. 4, Sastry showed resiliency to climb into the Individual Top-5. After an opening round 79, she fought through wet conditions in the second day to card an 80 which bumped her up a couple spots into fifth place to claim the all-tournament team honor.
Overall, the team claimed a 52-shot victory.