Women's Golf Finishes Third At Newberry

HILTON HEAD, S.C.—The Barry University women’s golf team fired a 330 in the second round of the Newberry Collegiate Invitational to maintain third place for the tournament. The Bucs posted a 662 (332-330) for the tournament, 28 strokes off the pace of winner North Caroline-Pembroke.
Newberry college finished in second with a 648 (325-323). Following the Bucs, Carson Newman finished in fourth with a 684 (336-348) followed by Flagler who posted a 685 (335-350) to finish in fifth place.
Barry was paced by Isadora Stapff (81-79) and Taylor Babcock (80-80) who each shot a 160 for the tournament, finishing tied for fourth.
Louise Perulf was the Bucs’ next highest finisher. Perulf fired a 170 (83-87) to tie for 19th overall.
Lizzi Over and Sophie Weilguni rounded out the Buccaneer finishers. Over was four strokes better in the second round with an 84 to finish the tournament tied for 24th with a 172 (88-84). Weilguni improved her first-round 88 by firing an 87 in the second. She finished tied for 31st with a 175.
North Caolina-Pembroke’s Katja Dammann earned the honors as the individual winner. Dammann posted a 153 (77-76). She posted the two lowest rounds of the tournament.
The Bucs return to action in a tri-match with Lynn and Northwood on Sunday, February 27.
HILTON HEAD, S.C.—The Barry University women’s golf team wrapped up the first round of competition at the Newberry College Invitational on Monday afternoon. The Bucs posted a first-round 332 and are in third place on the day.
North Carolina-Pembroke led the day with a 316 followed by host Newberry who shot a 325. Flagler is in fourth with a 335 while Carson Newman rounded out the top-five with a 336.
Taylor Babcock led the way for Barry. Babcock shot an 80 (38-42) in the first round and is in seventh place overall.
Isadora Stapff is a stroke behind Babcock with an 81 (41-40). She is alone in eighth place.
Louise Perulf is tied for 13th with an 83. Perulf fired a 38 on the front nine and posted  45 on the back nine. Lizzi Over (43-45) and Sophie Weilguni (46-42) rounded out the Buccaneer five. Both players shot an 88 for the day and are tied for 37th overall.
The Bucs return to action tomorrow for the final round of play.