Women's Golf
Day one concludes at PING/ASU Invitational

April 4, 2014

First Round Results

The 12th-ranked Vanderbilt women's golf team finished the day in a tie for 12th after the first round of the PING/ASU Invitational after firing a team score of 300 on Friday at the Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz.  Junior Kendall Martindale and freshman Antonia Scherer led the Commodore effort with a pair of 73's.

The Commodores also counted a 76 from freshman Simin Feng and a pair of 78's from sophomore Jennifer Hahn and junior Irina Gabasa.  Sophomore Morgan Ransom played as an individual and carded a 77 Friday.

"It was tough out there for us today, but I am at peace with what happened today," said Vanderbilt head coach Greg Allen.  "I told them I would rather this happen today than at SEC's or Regionals.  Today is a great opportunity to learn and grow.  They've shown they're a resilient team and I truly believe they will bounce back."

Washington leads the tournament by three strokes over host Arizona State after shooting a first-round 284.  Katelyn Dambaugh of South Carolina and Ani Gulugian of UCLA lead all individuals after each posted a four-under par, 68.

The second round of the tournament continues tomorrow in Tempe, Ariz.

T12. Vanderbilt - 300
T29. Kendall Martindale - 73
T29. Antonia Scherer - 73
T48. Simin Feng - 76
T57. Morgan Ransom - 77*
T64. Jennifer Hahn - 78
T64. Irina Gabasa - 78
*Played as an individual 

 


 

 

    Online Store

    Vanderbilt Commodores
    Official Online Store

      Advertisement