KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C.— The Barry University women’s golf team wrapped up play at the 2010 Tusculum/Kiawah Island Women’s Golf Invitational on Sunday afternoon. The Buccaneers finished sixth overall and fifth among four-year schools.
Daytona State, who were a stroke behind Belmont Abbey after the first round, finished in first place with a team total of 602 (306-296). Daytona State's results do not count against four-year schools competing in the tournament as the school is a community college.
Among four-year schools, Rollins (308-300--608) finished in first place, followed by Florida Southern (314-295—609), and Saint Leo (315-318—633), and Belmont Abbey (305-311--616)
The Buccaneers combined for a team total 644 (319-325—644), 68 strokes over par.
Anna Haglind finished tied for 12th, pacing the Bucs with a 155 (78-77). Anne Fourdraine (78-85) and Taylor Babcock (80-83) each finished with a 163.
Elizabeth Over shot a 164 (83-81), finishing in 34th place, and Christina Coll fired a 170 (86-84), finishing alone in 52nd place.
The Bucs return to action on Monday, March 2 when they compete in Lady Moc Classis in Lakeland, Florida.
Women's Golf In Fifth After FIrst Round of Kiawah Island Intercollegiate
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. --- The Belmont Abbey College women’s golf team posted a team score of 305 and holds a one-shot lead after the opening round of the eighth annual Tusculum College/Kiawah Island Intercollegiate Saturday. Barry is 14 shots back with a team score of 319.
Daytona State is second with 306, while Rollins College is third with 308. Florida Southern, who has won this event the last two seasons, posted 314 and is fourth, followed by Saint Leo (315) to round out the top five.
Defending tournament medalist Joanna Coe of Rollins has the first round lead with an even-par round of 72, two shots ahead of Belmont Abbey’s Michele Low and Ashley Mooney of Daytona State, who each fired 74.
Anna Haglind and Anne Fourdraine lead the way for the Bucs, both with a six over 78.
Taylor Babcock fired an 80 (+8), Elizabeth Over sits tied for 39th with an 83 (+11) and Cristina Coll fired a first-round 86 (+14).
The tournament will conclude with Sunday’s final round.