UTC Women 10th At Central District Golf Invitational

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The Chattanooga Mocs women’s golf team is ins 10th-place after 36 holes Monday at the Central District Invitational hosted by Michigan State. Chattanooga shot rounds of 292 and 302 to stand seven shots behind Notre Dame in ninth and 22 clear of Oakland in 11th.

Senior Jordan Britt (Chattanooga, Tenn.) opened the spring campaign carding 72 and 74 for a total of 146. She is tied for 24th overall at two-over par. She is two shots ahead of Emily McLennan (Queensland, Australia) who is tied for 34th, at 148 (74-74).

Agathe Sauzon (Valence, France) is one behind McLennan at 149. She had the Mocs’ low round of the day with an two-under par 70 in round one. Isabella Loza (Bucaramanga, Colombia) shot 76-77 counting in both 18’s shooting 153.

No. 21 UCF holds the team lead over No. 14 Vanderbilt. The Knights’ 15-under par (561) is two better than the Commodores 563. No. 20 Michigan State is third at 566.

UCF’s Fanny Cnops is the individual leader at 10-under 134. Vandy’s Simin Feng is second at 136, while Louisville’s Laura Restrepo is another stroke back in third at 137.

The final round starts at 9 a.m., Eastern time on the Cypress Links Course. Chattanooga is paired with Oakland and fellow SoCon member UNCG. Tomorrow’s groups begin on holes 10-13 in the shotgun start.

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