Women's Golf Improves To Fourth At Big South Championship
NINETY SIX, SC – The Presbyterian College women’s golf team moved into fourth place at the Big South Conference Women’s Golf Championship on Monday behind another round of 309 at The Patriot Golf Club.
Sophomore Libby Crawford (Chapin, SC) again shot a collegiate-best round of 75 to lead the Blue Hose. She ended the day tied for 8th at 150 (75, 75), five strokes better than her 36-hole collegiate best.
Freshman Abby Driscoll (Duncan, SC) used a pair of birdies on 17 and 18 to bring her two-day total to 152 (76, 76) and a 13th place tie. Sophomore MJ Nogay (Silver Spring, Md) and senior Mary Kathryn Linder (Athens, Ga) remain tied for 26th with identical scores of 158 (79, 79). Linder leads all golfers on par-5 scoring (-4) and is tied for fourth with 5 total birdies. Senior Kalie Goodman (Easley, SC) tied for 40th at 165 (80, 85).
No. 1 seed Campbell continued to pull away from the defending champions from Coastal Carolina. The Camels are in first (567), holding a 27-stroke lead over the Chanticleers (594), and have the top-4 individual golfers. Tahnia Ravnjak and Louise Latorre are tied for first at 141 while Kaylin Yost is third (142) and Lisbeth Brooks is fourth (143).
High Point remained in third at 605 (301, 304). The Blue Hose moved up one spot to fourth with a combined 618 (309, 309) while Gardner-Webb fell to fifth at 619 (306, 313). Winthrop is sixth (622), Charleston Southern seventh (628), with Radford and Longwood tied for eighth (634).
The two-day tally of 618 is a seven-stroke improvement on the program's best for The Patriot GC which has hosted the Conference Championship annually since 2007.
Due to inclement weather the third and final round will tee-off at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday morning with further updates given in the morning. Fans can follow along via GolfStat by clicking here.