The Cardinal received a 4-over Friday from Mariko Tumangan (76), 5-over from Mariah Stackhouse (77) and 14-over from Quirine Eijkenboom (86) at the par-72 course.
Stanford’s 7-over 295 puts it 11 shots behind clubhouse leader Washington. Host Arizona State (-1) is second with South Carolina and Arizona tied for third at even-par.
Starting her round on the par-5 10th, Kim opened with a birdie and stayed at 1-under until a double bogey on 18. She birdied four of the next six while adding bogeys on the par-4 fourth and par-5 sixth.
Danielson was 1-over through her first nine and birdied holes two, four and five to move to 2-under. A bogey on the par-3 seventh left her at 1-under.
Tumangan rolled in three birdies during her first circuit and Stackhouse was 1-under on her back nine.
Eijkenboom went without a birdie in the first round.
Stanford will start its round Saturday at 8:56 a.m. (PT) with live results available at GoStanford.com.