UC Moves Up to Sixth After Two Rounds at Pat Bradley Invitational|
Oct. 24, 2011
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Andrea Malek continued her hot fall play and Mackenzie Moir shot a team-low 73 to help the University of Cincinnati women's golf team jump two spots to sixth after the second round of the 34th annual Pat Bradley Invitational on Monday.
Cincinnati moved up two spots after shooting a season-best 298 team score. Moir rebounded from an 85 in the first round to post her career low with a 73. She is currently tied for 45th (85-73=158). Malek continued her strong play with a second-round 74 and has posted 75-74=149 to sit seventh in the field.
Olivia Dose is tied for 22nd with rounds of 78-76=154 while Alex Carl came on strong with a 75 following an 82 yesterday. She is tied for 38th (82-75=157). UC's rounds of 313-298=611 push it ahead of Florida Gulf Coast (311-303=614) and Bradley (311-308=619) and in to sixth place. Boston College (300-305=605) is six shots ahead in fifth.
Stetson's Alex Beulow leads the individual competition with rounds of 74-70=144. Florida International holds the team lead after posting 303-289=592 over the first 36 holes.
The event concludes on Tuesday with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.