Bearcats Tied for 12th at Rain-Shortened Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup|
Sept. 19, 2011
SIMPSONVILLE, Ky. - The University of Cincinnati women's golf team is tied for 12th after one round of the Wild Eggs Cardinal Cup at the Cardinal Club Golf Course.
Due to inclement weather, the event has been shortened to 36 holes, with the conclusion coming on Tuesday morning.
Leading the way for the Bearcats was Mississippi State transfer Maria Roos, who fired a 75 in her first round for UC, playing unattached.
UC's 320 total tied with Xavier and Morehead State for 12th place, seven shots back of Middle Tennessee State and Furman, which each fired rounds of 313.
AnnaKarin Ljungstrom of host Louisville shot a first-round 72, tying East Carolina's Fanny Wolte and North Carolina State's Amanda Baker for first place.
N.C. State leads the team competition with a round of 296, four shots ahead of East Carolina.
The second and final round gets underway on Tuesday morning at 8:30 a.m.