Women's Golf Finishes Fourth at Lady Moc Classic

Women's Golf Finishes Fourth at Lady Moc Classic
Lizzi Over was the low finisher for the bucs with a 235 (82-75-78). Photo by Joel Auerbach.
LAKELAND, Fla.—The Barry University women’s golf team moved up a spot from the first round to finish fourth (955-322-314-319) at the Lady Moc Classic on Tuesday afternoon.
After the first round of play, the Bucs had a team total 322, placing them in fifth behind Nova Southeastern, Rollins, Florida Southern, and Saint Leo. However Barry combined for a 633 in the final two rounds to move into fourth place. Nova Southeastern stayed on top with a 916, while Rollins jumped from the fourth spot to second with a 933. Florida Southern finished third with a 940.
Lizzi Over led the way for the Bucs, firing a 235 (82-75-78). Anna Haglind, who led the Bucs after the first round, was three strokes off Over’s pace, finishing with a 238 (78-82-78).
Christina Coll was close on the heels of Haglind, finishing with a 240 (79-81-80).
Patricia Gibbens shot a 245 (83-77-85) while Taylor Babcock rounded out the Buccaneer lineup with a 252 (88-81-83).
The Bucs return to action Thursday, March 11 when they take part in the EKU El Diablo Intercollegiate in Citrus Springs, Fl.
Women's Golf In Fifth Place After First Round of Lady Moc Classic
LAKELAND, Fla.—After the first round of the Lady Moc Classic, the Barry University women’s golf team is in fifth place with a team total 322.
Four SSC-rivals are ahead of the Bucs. Nova Southeastern leads the way with a 306. Florida Southern and Saint Leo are tied for second with a 310, and Rollins sits in fourth with a 311.
Anna Haglind leads the way for the Bucs. Haglind is tied for 11th with six over 78 (41-37). Christina Coll is only a stroke behind Haglind with a 79 (41-38), and is tied for 17th overall.
Lizzi Over is currently alone in 27th place, shooting an 82 (42-40) and Patricia Gibbens is a stroke behind with an 83 (43-41).
Taylor Babcock rounds out the Buccaneer five. Babcock fired an 88 (40-48) for the day, and is tied in 47th place overall.
The final round of the tournament will be played tomorrow.