UNIVERSITY PARK — strong>Ellen Ceresko matched her first-round score, teammate Christina Vosters moved into second place and Penn State solidified its lead Saturday in the second round of the Nittany Lion Invitational.
Ceresko fired a 3-under 69 and leads the field with a 6-under 138 total, three strokes ahead of Vosters, whose 68 was the best round of the day.
Catherine Herrera is tied for seventh at 3 over, and Elyse Archambault and Kaitlyn Elliott are tied for 15th at 6 over.
Emily Ransone is tied for 22nd at 7-over 151.
Penn State’s 1-under 575 total leads the 17-team field, 20 strokes better than ODU.