UTC Women 4th At UNF Collegiate

Monday, March 5, 2018
The Chattanooga Mocs are in fourth-place after 36 holes Monday at the UNF Collegiate. The Mocs turned in rounds of 292 and 295 for a 587 total.

Cristina Perez dotted her card with six birdies leading the way in the morning round with a 2-under 70. Maddy McDanel shot 73 with Megan Woods and Holly Morgan completing the counters with 74 and 75, respectively.

Woods was the star of the afternoon 18. She also shot 2-under 70 with Morgan following with 73. Perez, McDanel and Monica San Juan turned in a trio of 76s.

Woods is tied for ninth at level-par 144. That’s two better than Perez in 16th with 146. Morgan is another two back at 148, tied for 23rd, while McDanel gives the squad four in the top 25 as her 149 is tied for 25th.

Old Dominion is the leader at 571. Western Kentucky and Murray State are tied for second, one clear of the Mocs at 586. Jiwon Jeon of Daytona State is the individual leader at 9 under.



T9) Megan Woods: 74-70=144 (E)

T16) Cristina Perez: 70-76=146 (+2)

T23) Holly Morgan: 75-73=148 (+4)

T25) Maddy McDanel: 73-76=149 (+5)

T38) Monica San Juan: 76-76=152 (+8)


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