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Women's Golf Leads By 17 After Day One at Winthrop PDF Print
Written by Brandon McGinnis   
Sunday, 07 October 2012 08:22

Appalachian State University women’s golf closed out the opening day of the Winthrop University Intercollegiate on Saturday sitting in first place, after firing a 292, leading Winthrop and St. Francis by 17 strokes. The Mountaineers were

led by matching 72s, as Yue Xu and Rumbidzai Masamvu posted the lowest scores of the invitational. Mimi Burke and Lauren Smith each finished their rounds with matching scores of 74, tying them for third overall. Elena Thomas carded a round of 80, putting her in a tie for 24th overall.
Following the tie for second in the team standings, defending champion of the event, Gardner-Webb, finished fourth with a 310 and South Carolina State followed, posting a 315. Bethune-Cookman finished with a 317, while Presbyterian College nabbed the seventh position with a 319. Converse College rounded out the field with a 341. The final round from Rock Hill Country Club is set to begin at 8 a.m. The tournament will begin with a shotgun start.


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