ST. LEO, Fla. – The Barry University women’s golf team finished the three-round Saint Leo Lion Invitational in second place out of a nine-team field with a three-round score of 900 (+36) on Tuesday. The Buccaneers carded scores of 306 and 298 on the first day, but turned in a 296 (+10) in the final round on the 5,889 yard, par 72 Lake Jovita Country Club Course.
The Bucs finished just seven strokes behind tournament team medalist Florida Southern. The Moccasins shot a three-round score of 893 (+29) for the win. Host Saint Leo (+110) finished third and Florida Southern’s “B” team (+112) finished fourth. Flagler (+115) rounded out the top five.
Barry’s RemiJin Camping finished third out of 47 individuals with a three-round score of 219 (+3) to lead the Bucs to their second-place finish. Johanna Soderstrom (+11) and Isadora Stapff (+11) both finished tied for sixth with identical three-round 227 scores, while Ebonie Burgess finished just three strokes back in ninth place at 14-over-par (230). Anna Haglind (+18) finished T12 to round out the Buccaneer team scores.
Both Florida Tech’s Daniella Iacobelli and Florida Southern’s Kim Ulander finished the three-rounds tied for first place with three-round two-over-par 218 scores, but Iacobelli won the individual medalist honors in the playoff.
The Buccaneers conclude the fall portion of their season, but will return to action in the spring at the Tarleton State Coca Cola Classic in Grandbury, Texas on Feb. 16-17 hosted at Harbor Lakes Country Club.
First & Second Rounds
ST. LEO, Fla. – After the first two rounds of play at the Saint Leo Lion Invitational, the Barry University women’s golf team is second out of a field of nine teams with a two round score of 604 (+28). The Buccaneers fired an opening round score of 306, but carded a second-round 298 (+10) in round two on the 5,889 yard, par 72 Lake Jovita Country Club Course.
Sunshine State Conference foe Florida Southern is tournament leader after the first day’s rounds with a two-round 597 (+21). Barry is only seven strokes off the tournament leader in second place, while Florida Southern’s “B” team is third with a two-round score of 640. Tournament host Saint Leo (+73) is fourth and Florida Tech (+76) rounded out the top five.
Barry’s RemiJin Camping leads the Buccaneer squad tied for second out of a field of 47 individuals. After two rounds of play, she is three-over par with rounds of 74 and 73 respectively. Newcomer Isadora Stapff will head into round two in sixth place (+6) after a second round one-over-par 73. Johanna Soderstrom and Anna Haglind both finished tied for eighth at nine-over par, while Ebone Burgess saw her first action as a Buccaneer finishing 12th with a two-round score of 155 (+11).
Florida Tech’s 2007 NCAA Division II defending individual national champion Daniela Iacobelli is atop of the individual leader board after the first two rounds with a one-under par score of 143 (71-72).
The tournament will conclude on Tuesday morning with an 8 am shotgun start.