Women's Golf Places Sixth At El Diablo

Lizzi Over finished seventh to pace the Bucs. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
CITRUS SPRINGS, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers held firm in sixth place at the EKU El Diablo Intercollegiate on Saturday at the El Diablo G & CC.

The Bucs shaved 12 strokes off of their second-round score to finish 320-328-316—964 and in sixth place in the NCAA Division I field.

Host Eastern Kentucky (310-311-310—931) beat Florida Atlantic (315-314-302—931) in a playoff after the Owls stormed back to tie the Colonels on the final round by making up an eight stroke difference. St. John’s (322-315-298—935), who fired a tournament-low 298 on the final round, finished third.

Lizzi Over (79-77-75—231) paced the Bucs, finishing in seventh place. Sophie Weilguni (79-82-82—243) tied for 16th and Anne Fourdraine (84-80-81—245) was two strokes back and tied for 20th.

Taylor Babcock (78-91-78—247), tied for 25th, and Louise Perulf (85-89-82—256), tied for 36th, rounded out the Buccaneer field.

Harin Lee (73-73-73—219) of St. John’s led wire-to-wire to claim the individual medal at three over par. Western Kentucky’s Kristen Wilkinson (73-74-73—220) was one stroke back in second.

Women's Golf Drops Two Spots At El Diablo

CITRUS SPRINGS, Fla.—The Barry women’s golf team fell two spots at the EKU El Diablo Intercollegiate at the El Diablo G & CC on Friday. The Bucs, in fourth place after one round, slipped back to sixth in the NCAA Division I field.

The Bucs are the only Division II team playing in the tournament, competing against six NCAA Division I schools.

Host Eastern Kentucky sits in first place (310-311—621), eight strokes ahead of Florida Atlantic (315-314—629). St. John’s (322-315—637) is in third, followed by the second round’s big gainer, Western Kentucky (326-314) who jumped up from sixth.

In fifth place, Austin Peay (313-331—644) made the biggest fall, dropping from second. Mount St. Mary’s (336-347-683) continues to trail the field.

Individually, Lizzi Over (79-77—156) paces the Bucs, sitting tied for seventh place. Freshman Sophie Weilguni (79-82—161) is five strokes back and tied for 14th. Anne Fourdraine (84-80—164) rounds out the Bucs in the top 20.
 
Taylor Babcock (78-91--169), tied for 33rd, and Louise Perulf (85-89--174), tied for 38th out of 43 complete the Barry entry.

Harin Lee of St. John’s is the tournament leader at two-over-par 146 (73-73).

The tournament’s final round begins with a shot-gun start in the morning.


Women's Golf in Fourth Place After First Round Of El Diablo

CITRUS SPRINGS, Fla.—Under rained-soaked conditions, the Barry University women’s golf team wrapped up the first round of play at the EKU El Diablo on Thursday afternoon. The Bucs are in fourth with a 320 after the first day.
 
The Bucs are the only Division II team playing in the tournament, competing against six Division I schools.
 
Host Eastern Kentucky leads after the first round with a 310. Austin Peay is in second, three shots behind EKU with a 313. Florida Atlantic is two strokes behind Austin Peay with a 315. Following the Bucs, St. John’s is in fifth with a 322.
 
Taylor Babcock leads the Bucs with a 78 (36-42). She is in seventh place overall. Lizzi Over (41-38) and Sophie Weilguni (36-43) were a stroke behind Babcock with a 79. They are tied for eighth overall.
 
The teams return to action tomorrow in the second round of the tournament.

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