Women's Golf
WG in 13th in Tempe

April 5, 2014

Second Round Results

The 12th-ranked Vanderbilt women's golf team are in 13th place at the PING/ASU Invitational at the Karsten Golf Course in Tempe, Ariz., with a team score of 602 (300-302).  Junior Kendall Martindale is the team's leader with a two-over par, 146 (73-73) after two rounds.

The Commodores also had counting scores from sophomore Jennifer Hahn, who carded a 75, and from freshmen Antonia Scherer and Simin Feng, who each shot a 77.  Junior Irina Gabasa fired an 82 on Saturday.

"Unfortunately, it was another rough day for the Commodores," said Vanderbilt head coach Greg Allen.  "We got off to a great start but then made some bad swings that lead to several big numbers.  Having to count scores in the mid to upper 70's in a field like this put us in this position."

South Carolina leads the tournament with a two-round score of 568 (288-280), six strokes better than Arizona State and Duke.  The Blue Devils' Celine Boutier is in the individual leader with a six-under par, 138 (69-69).

The final round of the tournament concludes Sunday in Tempe, Ariz.

13. Vanderbilt - 300-302=602
T23. Kendall Martindale - 73-73=146
T36. Morgan Ransom - 77-71=148*
T52. Antonia Scherer - 73-77=150
T61. Simin Feng - 76-77=153
T61. Jennifer Hahn - 78-75=153
76. Irina Gabasa - 78-82=160
* Played as an individual


 

 

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