Andy Sneddon, CMUChippewas.com
PHOENIX - Sophomore Bria Colosky posted a pair of 76's on Saturday to lead the Central Michigan golf team in the Grand Canyon Women's Spring Invitational at Grand Canyon University Championship Golf Course.
Colosky totaled 152 and is among a group tied for 18th place in the 55-player field.
The tournament is scheduled to conclude with the third and final round on Sunday.
CMU shot 316 in Saturday's opening round and 325 in the second. The Chippewas stand in eighth-place in the 10-team field with a 641 total. They trail seventh-place Montana State by 13 strokes.
CMU's Natalie Johnson shot 80-82 - 162 on Saturday and is tied for 36th.
Also for the Chippewas, Holly Hines shot 80-84 - 164; Kristen Wolfe posted an 80-85 - 165 total; and Katie Logan shot 85-83 - 168.
CMU's Danielle Sawyer, playing as an individual, shot 81-81 and is in the group with Johnson tied for 36th at 162.
The Chippewas' Amanda Walsh, also playing as an individual, shot 86-94 - 180.
Portland State shot 294-287 - 581 on Saturday to lead the team standings, 14 shots ahead of second-place Seattle (595).
Valerie Hernandez of Portland State is the overnight leader at 141 after an even-par 72 and a 3-under 69. She holds a two-shot lead over Tara Finigan of Portland State and Deanna Salvatori of Grand Canyon.