Women's Golf Finishes Third at Lady Falcon Invite

Anna Haglind shot a 76-73 (149) to finish second overall. Photo by Joel Auerbach.
DAYTONA, Fla.-- The Barry University women's golf team finished in third place at the Lady Falcon Invite, shooting a team total 619 (313-306).
 
The Bucs were 15 shots off of the winner, Daytona State College, and finished six strokes behind second place team Florida Southern.
 
Anna Haglind earned the lowest score for the Bucs with a 149 (76-73). Haglind's score earned her a tie for second place overall.
 
Isadora Stapff was a stroke behind Haglind, finishing with a 150 (76-74). Stapff finished tied for fourth overall.
 
Trish Gibbens earned a T8th place finish, shooting a 153 (74-79). Taylor Babcock (169), and Anne Fourdraine (171) rounded out the Buccaneer's lineup.
 
The Bucs return to action on Monday, October 12 at the NSU Shark Invitational.
 
Women's Golf Sits In Third After First Round At Lady Falcon
 
DAYTONA, Fla.—The Barry Buccaneers sit in third place, but 17 strokes off the lead, at the Lady Falcon Invitational at the LPGA International Golf Club in Daytona, Fla., after one round.
 
Freshman Trish Gibbens leads the Bucs with a two-over-par 74 to tie for second. Senior Anna Haglind and junior Isadora Stapff are tied for eighth at 76, while freshman Taylor Babcock (87) and sophomore Anne Fourdraine (91) round out the Buccaneer lineup which fired a 313 in round one.
 
Fourth-ranked Florida Southern leads the field at 296, led by individual leader Silvie Dittertova who came in at one-under-par 71. Daytona Beach College is second at 303 with Mitsuki Katahira tied with Gibbens at 74.
 
Embry Riddle (322), Lynn (326) and Seminole CC (326) round out the top five.
 
The tournament concludes tomorrow with one round.

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