Women's Golf |
Oct. 21, 2013
LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla. – The University of Cincinnati women’s golf team made a jump up the leaderboard after the second round of the Florida International Pat Bradley Invitiational, moving from ninth to sixth following the second day of competition.
As a team, the Bearcats improved eight strokes from the first round to Monday’s second round and sit just one stroke back of fifth place. Daytona State (293-287=580) took over the tournament lead ahead of Maryland (291-293=584) and FIU (287-298=585). Missouri is fourth (295-292=587) while North Texas (300-295=595) holds the one stroke lead over Cincinnati.
Ashley Cassidy (74-72=146) improved two strokes from Monday’s round and is currently tied for 13th. Each of her two rounds at the Pat Bradley Invite are career-best marks for the freshman. Andrea Malek (74-74=148) is currently 21st while Olivia Dose (78-74=152) is tied for 42nd. Valentina Herrera (80-74=154) made the biggest individual improvement on the team, knocking off six strokes. Stephanie Mitchell (76-82=158) rounded out UC’s scoring team and is currently tied for 65th.
Mackenzie Moir (Louisville, Ky./Sacred Heart Academy) continues to lead the field of individual golfers with a score of 77 on Monday. Along with her first-round 70, Moir is currently tied for 16th overall with a score of 147.
So Young Hwang (Daytona State) and Taylor Gohn (Missouri) are currently tied for the medalist race with scores of 140.
6. Cincinnati (302-294=596)
T13. Ashley Cassidy (74-72=146)
T21. Andrea Malek (74-74=148)
T42. Olivia Dose (78-74=152)
T51. Valentina Herrera (80-74=154)
T65. Stefanie Mitchell (76-82=158)
*T16. Mackenzie Moir (70-77=147)