Recap: USC holds lead at 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships, UCLA's Emma Spitz leads individual race after day two

No. 5 USC remains atop​ the leaderboard after the second round of the 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships on Saturday, Apr. 24 in Stanford. The Trojans, who are seeking to defend their 2019 Pac-12 title, saw their round one advantage trimmed from six shots to four following a 3-over 287 for a two-day 2-over 570 total (283-287). No. 10 Arizona State climbed the leaderboard after scoring the lowest team score of the second round (1-under-par 283). UCLA sophomore Emma Spitz leads the individual leaderboard behind a 3-under 68, tying Saturday's low round with Arizona junior Yu-Sang Hou.