Women's Golf Finishes In Third In Inaugural Buccaneer Invite

Anna Haglind's 222 placed her in fourth overall. Photo by Joel Auerbach.

MIAMI, Fla. -- The Barry university women's golf team remained steady over the course of all three rounds to finish in third out of seven teams in the first-annual Buccaneer Invite Tuesday at Shula's Golf Course.

Florida Southern took control in the second round and never looked back, rolling to the first place finish, 19-strokes ahead of Lynn University.

Barry 913 (306-302-305) continued to hold off Daytona State College for third each round, as the Bucs finally pulled away to win third easily by nine-shots.

Anna Haglind stole the show for the Bucs, as her 73 on the final day moved her into a fourth-place finish after tallying a 222 (74-75-73).

Florida Southern's Heather Burgner held on to the lead to finish first with a 214, six-strokes ahead of teammate Silvie Dittertova and Lynn's Maha Haddioui who both finished in second.

Isadora Stapff slipped into a tie for 16th after her 81 on Tuesday to bring her three-round total to 231 (75-75-81).

Lizzi Over was just a few spots back, as she finished in a tie for 18th after firing a 234 (78-77-79).

Cristina Coll 236 (82-75-79) finished in a tie for 23rd and Johanna Soderstrom rounded out the five with a 237 (79-84-74) to finish in 26th.

Individual Anne Fourdraine had a great final round, as she knocked off five-shots to shot a 75 to bring her two-day total to 235, which placed her in a tie for 20th.

Barry will now prepare for the Sunshine State Conference Tournament that will take place April 20-21 in Lakeland, Fla.


Bucs Remain In Third After Two

MIAMI, Fla. -- The Barry University women's golf team remained in third after two rounds of play at the first-annual Buccaneer Invite held at Shula's Golf Course.

Florida Southern dominated the second round, as they jumped Lynn to move into first with an 586 (296-290). Lynn slipped 13-strokes behind Florida Southern, after firing a 308 in the second round.

The Bucs remained steady in the second round, knocking four-shots off their pace from the first round to finish with a 608 (306-302).

Anna Haglind continues to pace the Bucs with a 149 (74-75) which has her in a tie for fifth.

Florida Southern's Heather Burgner leads after two rounds with a 143, one-stroke ahead of teammate Silvie Dittertova.

Isadora Stapff moved up after shooting another 75 to finish with a 150 which has her in a tie for seventh.

Lizzi Over jumped into the top-20 with a 155 (78-77) which has her in a tie for 16th.

Cristina Coll 157 (82-75) tied for 20th and Johanna Soderstrom 163 (79-84) is in a tie for 30th.

Anne Fourdraine competing individually, shot another 80 to finish with a 160, which has her in a tie for 26th.

The Bucs will conclude the first-annual Buccaneer Invite with the final round Tuesday morning.


Womens's Golf Open First-Annual Buccaneer Invite With A Third Place Start

MIAMI, Fla. -- The Barry University women's golf team opened the first-annual Buccaneer Invite by posting a third place finish out of seven teams after the first round at Shula's Golf Course.

Lynn University currently holds the lead with a 291, while Florida Southern is just five-strokes off the pace.

The Bucs fired a 306, with Anna Haglind 74 (40-34) leading the way for Barry, as she currently is in a tie for fourth.

Florida Southern's Silvie Dittertova 70 (33-37) is the current leader, as she has a one-stroke lead over Lynn's Megan Mangone.

Isadora Stapff 75 (37-38) is right behind Halgind and in a tie for ninth. Lizzie Over is in a tie for 20th, as she shot a 78 (37-41).

Johanna Soderstrom 79 (40-39) is in 23rd and Cristina Coll 82 (37-45) is in 30th.

Anne Fourdraine also is in the invite for the Bucs as an individual and she currently sits in a tie for 24th after shooting an 80 (41-39).

The Bucs will wrap up round two later today, then finish with the final round Tuesday morning.

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