Women's Golf Finishes Fourth At Saint Leo Invitational

TAMPA, Fla. – The Barry University women’s golf team finished fourth in a 12 team field at the St. Leo Invitational on Tuesday afternoon. The Buccaneers fired a final round 318 (+30) to finish at 644 (+68) for two rounds on the very tight Tampa Palms Golf Course.

Cristina Coll (78-82), Lizzi Over (83-77) and Isadora Stapff (83-77) each finished in a tie for 14th after their two day total of 160 (+16). Meanwhile, Anna Haglind followed up her 82 on Monday with an identical 82 on Tuesday, Haglind (+20) finished the tournament in a tie for 28th. Team captain Johanna Soderstrom (86-87) battled through a tough week and finished in 38th place out of 62 individuals.

The Moccasins of Florida Southern (300-286=586) ran away with the team event after firing two-under-par as a team for the final round. Florida Southern finished 43 shots better than second place team Lynn University (322-307). Teammates Heather Burgner (-2) and Marianne Anderson (+2) of Florida Southern finished first and second respectfully overall. Burgner’s four-under, 68 on Tuesday was the tournament’s low round and good enough for her to take medalist honors.

The Buccaneers will be back on the links again October 27-28 in St. Augustine for Flagler’s annual tournament.
Women's Golf In Fourth After One Round At Saint Leo Invite
TAMPA, Fla. – The Barry University women’s golf team is in fourth place out of the 12-team field at the St. Leo Invitational after the first round. The Bucs fired a first-round score of 326 (+38) at the 5900-yard Tampa Palms Golf Club.
Cristina Coll is currently leading the Buccaneer squad and is in 10th place overall after her first-round 78, (+6). Anna Haglind fired a first-round 82 (+10) and is currently tied for 20th out of 62 individuals. Meanwhile, Lizzi Over and Isadora Stapff each shot 11-over par, 83, and are tied for 22nd. Johanna Soderstrom’s 86 (+14) rounds out Barry’s first round scores.
The Moccasins of Florida Southern (300) find themselves leading the tournament with a 22-shot cushion after each of their players carded scores in the 70s. Meanwhile, Daniela Iacobelli of Florida Tech leads the individual field after shooting a first-round low 73, (+1).
Although the Bucs are 26 shots out of first, they are only four shots behind the Lynn Knights, who currently occupy second place. The Bucs will look to move up the leader board on Tuesday as they begin their final rounds at 11:50.