UTC Women's Golf Team 4th At Cardinal Cup

Monday, September 16, 2013

Senior Jordan Britt’s (Chattanooga) second round 69 has the Chattanooga Mocs women’s golf team in fourth position through 36 holes at the Cardinal Cup. Host Louisville leads at nine-under par (567) with Kansas in second. UTC shot rounds of 301 and 293 for its 36-hole 594.

Britt opened with a 75 and then turned in a sparkling card. Her 69 included three birdies and 15 pars for a flawless card.

“Jordan played an awesome round in the afternoon,” Head Coach Colette Murray stated. “I’m delighted with her play today. It’s a great way to start her senior year.

“We need our four and five positions to step up tomorrow,” she added.

Britt is tied for fifth at even par. Agathe Sauzon (Valence, France) is three behind her, tied for 11th at 147 (+3), after rounds of 74 and 73. Emily McLennan (Queensland, Australia) is tied for 20th another two shots shy of Sauzon at 149 (76-73).

Isabella Loza (Bucaramanga, Colombia) posted the other two counting scores for the 36 holes with a 154 total for the day. Mette Kryger (Nivaa, Denmark) shot 161, while Porsche Campbell (Vancouver, Canada) turned a 160 playing as an individual.

The Cardinal’s Laura Restrepo leads at seven-under par 137. She fired a 67 in the morning and came in with a 70 in the afternoon. KU’s Yupaporn Kawinpakorn is second at minus four (140), while Louisville’s Emily Haas is in third (141).

Chattanooga plays its final 18 tomorrow in a shotgun start. Click the link above to access live scoring.


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