AU Women Tied For Sixth After Day 1 At Findlay

AU Women Tied For Sixth After Day 1 At Findlay

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Another top-three team finish to end the 2017 fall season is well within reach for Ashland University's women's golf team.

Following the first 18 holes at the Findlay Bing Beall Fall Classic on Sunday (Oct. 8), the Eagle women have a team score of 315 and are in a tie for sixth in the 14-team field. Ashland, which has had a team championship and three third-place finishes in four fall tournaments, is seven shots behind third-place Illinois-Springfield (308).

Indianapolis (292) leads the field after the first day, while Missouri-St. Louis (298) is second.

Sophomore Krystal Hu led the Eagles on Sunday with a 5-over-par round of 77, good for a tie for 13th individually. Freshman Hannah Lemons ended the day with a round of 78 and in a tie for 19th place.

Freshman Sophie Hemleben had four birdies, including three in a row on holes No. 13-15, but ended with a round of 80 and in a tie for 31st. Junior Monica Torda also carded an 80, and recorded a birdie on hole No. 16.

Sophomore Logan Pottorf had a 96 on Sunday.

UP NEXT: Day 2 of the Findlay Bing Beall Fall Classic on Monday (Oct. 9).

 

 

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