Lady Roadrunners Golf Slip To Sixth In Sevierville

Monday, March 19, 2018

The number two-ranked Dalton State improved their score on Monday carding a (+28, 312), but slipped down the leaderboard one spot in the Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate hosted by Tennessee Tech at Sevierville Golf Club in Sevierville. 

Jacksonville State continues to hold the lead after a round of (+22, 306). JSU, (+37) is two strokes ahead of Marshall, (+39), in second. Carson-Newman, (+45, 613), jumped up one spot to third, with tournament host Tennessee Tech, (+49, 617), in fourth. 

Belmont leaped up two spots and into the Top-5 at (+54, 622), just five strokes in front of the Lady Roadrunners, (+59, 627), in sixth. 

Leading the way for Dalton State was Tia Teiniketo with another round of (+5, 76), putting her in a tie for 12th. Caroline Griffin rebounded nicely from Sunday with round of (77) and is tied for 31st. Isabel Rijos posted (79) on the day to stay in the Top-20 overall. 

Heather Nail remained in 35th after a round of (80), while Haejin Choe fell 16 spots after a round of (85). 

Dalton State will tee it up again Tuesday for the final round of the Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate at Sevierville Golf Club's Highlands Course in Sevierville.



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