Nathalie Silva led the way for CBU, shooting 78 to sit in fourth place individually. Nicollette Gino and Kirsten Keyser were right behind, shooting 79 and 80 respectively. Gino is tied for fifth and Keyser is in eighth.
"We're right there and the girls know what they need to do to win," said Head Coach Lane Pace. "It's good to be in contention and know you have a shot going into the final round. I still know this team is capable of lower scores and we are going to need those if we are going to win."
Cal State San Marcos leads the tournament after shooting 318 on Monday. Victoria is second, just one stroke ahead of the Lancers at 321.
With the Lancers rounding out the Top 3, the next closest team is 14 strokes back.
Silva used eight pars and a pair of birdies to sit in fourth place. Keyser leads the tournament with three birdies and Gino is second with 12 total pars.