Women's Golf |
March 27, 2009
CRYSTAL RIVER, Fla. - The University of Cincinnati women's golf sits in the lead after the first two rounds of the UC Women's Spring Invitational on Friday (March 27) at the Plantation Golf Resort and Spa.
UC posted rounds of 300-308=608 on day one of competition, a windy Florida Friday. The Bearcats hold a seven-stroke advantage over BIG EAST foe South Florida, which posted a 308-307=615. Baylor is third (307-309=316) and Stetson (307-310=317) is fourth.
Anna Cumtell (Halmstad, Sweden) is in the individual lead after firing rounds of 74-75=149 on day one. She is tied with Florida Gulf Coast's Jessica Paulmann, who shot 75-74=149 through her first 36 holes.
Bambee Dela Paz (Caloocan City, Philippines/Miriam College) posted the low round of the day with a first-round 72. She fired a second-round 78 in heavy winds to sit in third place after 36 holes.
Marianne Erb (Cincinnati, Ohio/Anderson) and Kate Moore (Shepparton, Australia/Goulburn Grammar) are one shot apart, posting 76-78=154 and 78-77=155, respectively, to place 16th and 19th.
The third and final round will get underway on Saturday morning at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start. Live scoring will be available on Golfstat.