UTC's Britt, Sauzon Tied For Fifth At Lady Bulldog Tournament

Saturday, February 08, 2014

Jordan Britt (Chattanooga) and defending Southern Conference medalist Agathe Sauzon (Publier, France) tied for fifth at the Lady Bulldog Individual Saturday. The duo navigated the 36-hole day at University of Georgia Golf Course five-over par, 149.

Britt opened with a 77, but turned it on for her second 18. She tied for the low round of the day with an even-par 72.

Sauzon was consistent. She was in third after the opening 18 holes as her 75 (+3) was just two strokes off the pace. She carded a two-over 74 for round two as she and Britt finished two shots behind first.

Alex Harrell (Auburn) and Chessey Thomas (Tennessee) matched Britt’s afternoon 72 to break out of their tie for third with Sauzon to share the title at plus three (147).

Emily McLennan (Queensland, Australia) also finished in the top 20. She tied for 19th at 156 completing her day with a one-over par 73.

Chattanooga opens the spring schedule a week later, February 17-18, at the Central District Invitational. This is the second year the Mocs enter the event hosted by Michigan State on the Cypress Course in Lakewood Ranch, Fla.


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