Lions Tied for Seventh After Day One of Lady Buc Invitational

Lions Tied for Seventh After Day One of Lady Buc Invitational

Shuford Tied for 11th After First Day

SAINT LEO, Fla. – The Saint Leo University women's golf team finds itself in seventh place after the first two rounds at the Lady Buc Invitational – hosted by Barry University – at Shula's Golf Club in Miami Lakes, Fla. 

Ten teams, nine of which are ranked in the nation's top 14 in the Golf World/Women's Golf Coaches Association poll, and 65 players make up the field competing on the par-72, 6,045-yard course. 

The Lions, currently ranked No. 14 in the nation, shot a first round total of 620 (311-309). 

Lauren Shuford led the way for Saint Leo, on day one, with score of 150 (75-75), while Marie Coors shot a 154 (74-80) and is tied for 19th. 

Rounding out the Lions' competitors was Clare Connolly who shot a 157 (81-76) and is tied for 29th, and Lauren Petty, who is tied for 42nd after shooting a 160 (81-79) on day one. 

Heather Petronis, who shot a score of 164 (85-79) is in 52nd place.

Nova Southeastern University, the No. 11 ranked team in America, leads the event shooting a 596, while No. 2 Barry is second after shooting a 597. No. 5 Rollins is third shooting a 607. 

No. 12 Florida Southern is in fourth, and No. 6 St. Edwards rounds out the top five team's in fifth shooting a 611 and 615, respectively on the first day.

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