Women's Golf Tied for 5th at Rollins Tournament

Martina Bertuccioli is 20th after two rounds of the Peggy Kirk Bell tournament. Photo by Joel Auerbach

WINTER SPRINGS, Fla. – Barry University women’s golf team is tied for fifth after two rounds of the Peggy Kirk Bell tournament hosted by Rollins Monday.

The No. 2-ranked Buccaneers shot 315-316 – 631 on the par-72, 6,089-yard Tuscawilla Country Club course in the 14-team, 78-player field. No. 1 Lynn leads the tournament at 600. Host Rollins is second at 612, and Florida Tech third at 619.

Barry freshman Martina Bertuccioli shot 77-79 -- 156 in her first collegiate tournament. She is 20th entering Tuesday’s final round. Lynn’s Samantha Smolen is the leader in the clubhouse at 2-over 72-74 – 146. Rollins’ Annie Dulman and Florida Tech’s Johanna Larsson are two strokes back at 148.

Barry’s Nicky Ferre is tied for 24th after shooting 80-78 – 158. Nancy Vergara shot 79-80 – 159, and is lumped in a tie for 30th with teammate Maria Paola Fiorio, who shot 80-79 – 159. Bucs junior Daniela Murray carded a 79-82 – 161. She is 37th.

Lynn’s Louise Manalo is tied for fourth with Louisville’s Shannon Gramley, playing as an individual, at 150.

Tuesday’s final round begins with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.

Peggy Kirk Bell Invitational
Tuscawilla C.C. Winter Springs, FL PKB
Dates: Mar 03 - Mar 04

1 2 Team Scores

1 1 Lynn 301 299 600 +24
2 2 Rollins College 305 307 612 +36
3 3 Florida Tech 309 310 619 +43
T4 4 Nova Southeastern 311 314 625 +49
7 T5 Barry 315 316 631 +55
6 T5 Detroit 242 245 487 +55
8 7 Florida Southern 324 314 638 +62
T4 8 St. Edward's 311 330 641 +65
9 9 Seminole State-FL 331 313 644 +68
11 10 Findlay 338 316 654 +78
13 11 West Florida 342 313 655 +79
12 12 University of Tampa 339 324 663 +87
10 13 Florida Southern (B) 335 333 668 +92
14 14 Palm Beach Atlantic 462 495 957 +381

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