UTC Women 2nd At Southern Conference Golf Championships

Monday, April 15, 2019
It was a solid day for the Chattanooga Mocs women’s golf team led by a pair of par or better rounds. The Mocs shot the low round of the day with 300 to move into second place at the Southern Conference Championships on a blustery day at Moss Creek Golf Club.

Monica San Juan fired a 2-under par 70, while Kirsty Beckwith finished at even with birdies on 16 and 17 to move the squad within three strokes of Furman. The Paladins sit at 598 with the Mocs lurking at 601.

San Juan is the individual leader at three-under par 141.
Furman’s Natalie Srinivasan is second with 147 followed by her teammate Haylee Harford and Mercer’s Karina Kukkonen in third at 148.

Beckwith moved into the top 10 overall at 151. Rheagan Hall’s 77 ties her for 13th with 152. Esme Hamilton completed the counting cards with 81 for a two-day total of 157. Dorota Zalewska sits at 168.

Mercer is in third, two shots behind Chattanooga’s 601. ETSU is fourth with 607 followed by UNCG (618), Samford (621), Wofford (632), Western Carolina (662) and The Citadel (676).

The Mocs are back on the tee at 9:40 a.m., paired with Furman and Mercer. Links to today’s results, live scoring and parings are above.

LINEUP

Team: 2nd of 9, 301-300-601 (+25)

1) Monica San Juan: 71-70=141 (-3)
T8) Kirsty Beckwith: 79-72=151 (+7)
T9) Rheagan Hall: 75-77=152 (+8)
T13) Esme Hamilton: 76-81=157 (+13)
T28) Dorota Zalewska: 80-88=168 (+24)

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