Recap: USC jumps out to an early lead after day one at the 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships

The 2021 Pac-12 Women's Golf Championships got underway on Friday in Stanford, CA, with the USC Trojans jumping out to an early lead. After one day of competition, the Trojans led with a team score after shooting a collective one under par. Stanford was in second place at five over par. And Arizona State, Arizona, and UCLA were all tied for third place at seven over par. In terms of individual leaders, USC's Amelia Gary (-4) and Arizona State's Amanda Linner (-4) had the best days with Stanford's Rachel Heck (-3), UCLA's Emma Spitz (-3), and USC's Malia Nam (-3) right behind them.