Led by senior Melanie De Leon, the University of Nevada women's golf team is in 16th place after the first round of the Aztec Spring Invitational, being held Sunday-Tuesday, Feb. 15-17 at the par 72, 6,187-yard Salt Creek Golf Course.
The Wolf Pack carded a 26-over 314 on Sunday and is in 16th place after the first round. UC Irvine leads the 18-team tournament after carding a one-under 287 on Sunday and holds a one-stroke advantage of San Jose State (288). San Francisco and Arkansas-Little Rock are tied for third at five-over 293, while Nebraska rounded out the top five teams at 11-over 299.
De Leon led the Wolf Pack in the first round and is tied for 19th after shooting a two-over 74 in the first round. Freshman Jamie Yam is tied for 53rd at six-over 78, while junior Pamela Abreu carded an eight-over 80 on Sunday and stands in a tie for 74th. Freshman Alex Borcherts and sophomore Ana Patricia de la Maza are both tied for 88th at 10-over 82 to round out the Wolf Pack lineup.
UC Irvine's Hillary Packard took the individual lead in the tournament after carding a four-under 68 on Sunday. She holds a one-stroke lead over a pair of players at three-under 69.
The Aztec Spring Invitational continues on Monday and Tuesday. Tee times start at 7 a.m. Pacific Time on Monday, while Tuesday's final round begins with a shotgun start at 8 a.m.