Women's Golf 3rd Following 306 at NSU Guy Harvey Invite

Nancy Vergara is tied for ninth after shooting 2-over 74 in the first round of Nova Southeastern's tournament. Photo by Joel Auerbach

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- Barry University women's golf team shot 306 in the opening round of the Nova Southeastern Shark Guy Harvey Invitational Monday, and occupy third place in the two-day tournament.

Nova Southeastern leads the tournament after shooting 290, while Rollins is in second, five strokes ahead of the No. 4 nationally-ranked Buccaneers. Florida Tech is fourth, five strokes behind Barry, and Florida Southern is fifth at 310.

Barry's Nancy Vergara and Nicky Ferre each shot 3-over 74, and are tied with Incarnate Word's Flower Castillo for ninth individually on the 6,163-yard, par-72 PGA National Haig Course. Seminole State's Chanya Angwarawong leads the tournament after the first 18 holes, following her 1-under 71. Nova's Daniela Ortiz and Linnea Johansson shot par, and are lumped in a four-way tie for second with Florida Tech's Jessica Hook and Rollins' Annie Dulman.

Buccaneers sophomore Daniela Murray shot 77, and sits in a six-way tie for 19th. Taylor Babcock shot 9-over 81, and is tied for 41st. Barry teammate Maria Paola Fiorio shot 84.

Nova's Abbey Gittings and Lilliana Cammisa are tied with West Florida's Camila Sevillano in sixth at 1-over 73.

"It takes everybody to have a good team score," Buccaneers coach Shannon Sykora said. "As a team, we need to put it all together to move up the leaderboard."

PGA National Haig Course
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Dates: 10/8-9/2012
1st Round Scores
Par 72, 6163 yards

Team Standings
Rank TeamTotal Par
 1Nova Southeastern 290+2
 2Rollins College 301+13
 3Barry University 306+18
 4Florida Tech 309+21
 5Florida Southern College 310+22
 6Seminole State College 311+23
 7Lynn University 313+25
 8Embry-Riddle 315+27
 9Univ. of West Florida 319+31
t10Univ. of Incarnate Word 321+33
t10Univ. of Indianapolis 321+33
 12Northeastern State 324+36
 13Arkansas-Fort Smith 325+37
 14Queens Univ. 327+39
 15Univ. of Tampa 344+56

Player Standings
Rank PlayerTeamTotal Par
 1Chanya Angwarawong Seminole State College 71-1
t2Annie Dulman Rollins College 72E
t2Jessica Hook Florida Tech 72E
t2Linnea Johansson Nova Southeastern 72E
t2Daniela Ortiz Nova Southeastern 72E
t6Lilliana Cammisa Nova Southeastern 73+1
t6Abbey Gittings Nova Southeastern 73+1
t6Camila Sevillano Univ. of West Florida 73+1
t9Flower Castillo Univ. of Incarnate Word 74+2
t9Nicole Ferre Barry University 74+2
t9Nancy Vergara Barry University 74+2
t12Jessica Bradley Lynn University 75+3
t12Sophie Olley Embry-Riddle 75+3
t12Elin Olsson Univ. of West Florida 75+3
t12Kayla Sciupider Rollins College 75+3
t12Barbora Vejlupkova Florida Southern College 75+3
t17Kendra Bishop Univ. of Tampa 76+4
t17Elin Marcsdottir Rollins College 76+4
t19Irene Calvo Lynn University 77+5
t19Victoria Choi Seminole State College 77+5
t19Whitney McAteer Northeastern State 77+5
t19Daniela Murray Barry University 77+5
t19Rachel Polson Florida Tech 77+5
t19Jaclyn Schindler Univ. of Indianapolis 77+5
t25Amy Hodgkinson Florida Southern College 78+6
t25Megan Kiley Florida Southern College 78+6
t25Connie Pitenis Embry-Riddle 78+6
t25Clara Teixeira Rollins College 78+6
t29MacKenzie Cunningham Embry-Riddle 79+7
t29Kristen Garabedian Rollins College 79+7
t29McCandren Lewis Northeastern State 79+7
t29Taylor Penzer Queens Univ. 79+7
t29Emily Rymer Florida Southern College 79+7
t29Momo Sakuragi Rollins College 79+7
t29Jara Templet Florida Tech 79+7
t36Ellen Chambers Lynn University 80+8
t36Jessica Cornish Univ. of Incarnate Word 80+8
t36Grace Glaze Queens Univ. 80+8
t36Kelsey Jensen Seminole State College 80+8
t36Whitney Novak Arkansas-Fort Smith 80+8
t41Taylor Arnold Arkansas-Fort Smith 81+9
t41Taylor Babcock Barry University 81+9
t41Shannon Fraser Queens Univ. 81+9
t41Pia Jenko Embry-Riddle 81+9
t41Kelsey Kirkpatrick Northeastern State 81+9
t41Jenny Konop Univ. of Indianapolis 81+9
t41Louise Manalo Lynn University 81+9
t41Regan Pittard Univ. of Indianapolis 81+9
t41Bea Serra Embry-Riddle 81+9
t41Karisma Smith Florida Tech 81+9
t51Maddy Buhler Univ. of Incarnate Word 82+10
t51Jami Hendrix Arkansas-Fort Smith 82+10
t51Colleen O'Connell Arkansas-Fort Smith 82+10
t51Samantha Smolen Lynn University 82+10
t51Amy Thompson Univ. of Indianapolis 82+10
t51Luisa Villar Urquiza Univ. of West Florida 82+10
t57Felicia Leftinger Florida Tech 83+11
t57Kellianne May Seminole State College 83+11
t59Brittany Bradshaw Univ. of Tampa 84+12
t59Maria Paola Fiorio Barry University 84+12
t59Rachel Lewis Nova Southeastern 84+12
t62Ana Paula Costa Nova Southeastern 85+13
t62Lizeth Escobedo Univ. of Incarnate Word 85+13
t62Celeste Gish Arkansas-Fort Smith 85+13
t62Stormy Staton Seminole State College 85+13
t62Michelle Stein Univ. of Tampa 85+13
 67Brianna Scheidler Univ. of Indianapolis 86+14
t68Kirsten Degutis Northeastern State 87+15
t68Iris Katla Queens Univ. 87+15
t68Jennifer So Rollins College 87+15
 71Alex Koch Northeastern State 88+16
t72Laura Belanger Queens Univ. 89+17
t72Aimee Paterson Univ. of West Florida 89+17
t72Emily Tofaute Florida Southern College 89+17
t72Heather Wiquist Embry-Riddle 89+17
 76Katharine Creighton Florida Southern College 90+18
 77Agustina Cocha Univ. of West Florida 91+19
t78Kelly Krusoe Rollins College 92+20
t78Ryeanna Lopez Univ. of Incarnate Word 92+20
 80Corri Camp Univ. of Tampa 99+27
 81Allie Steffens Univ. of Tampa 103+31


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