Women's Golf Puts First Round Of Palmetto Intercollegiate In Books
Mackenzie Moir

Oct. 27, 2013

KIAWAH, S.C. - The University of Cincinnati women's golf team opened up play Sunday in the College of Charleston's Palmetto Intercollegiate in Kiawah, S.C., the final event of the Bearcats fall season.

The Bearcats are currently tied for 10th with a team score of 315, moving up five places after round one. Kansas, led by Minami Levonowich's opening-round 74 and two-under-par round through 14 holes, leads the tournament after a day-one score of 297.

The two-day, 54-hole event is being played at the Turtle Point Golf Course. The tournament will be played in a 5-count-4 format with the course set up for a par 72, 5,972 yards.

The Bearcats are tied for 10th with a 12-over par score of 315 with six holes to play in round two.

Mackenzie Moir (Louisville, Ky./Sacred Heart Academy) led the way with an opening-round 75 and is five over through 13 holes in round two, sitting in 28th place.

Valentina Herrera (Bogota, Columbia) (t-39) carded and opening-round 80 but is working on a one-over par round two through 14 holes.

Ashley Cassidy (Doylestown, Pa.) (t-57) shot 79 on the opening 18 and is five-over-par through 15 holes in round two.

Andrea Malek (Tibro, Sweden/Klippans Gymnasieskola) is also one over in the second round through 13 holes and sits tied for 61st after a first-round 84.

Olivia Dose (Goteborg, Sweden/Goteborg Hogre Samskola) (t-70) shot an opening-round 81 and is six over through 15 holes of the second round.

Play was suspended due to darkness at 6:30 p.m. ET. Second-round play will continue tomorrow morning beginning with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. (ET) followed by the final round.



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