Women’s golf fourth after day one at Guy Harvey Invitational

Women’s golf fourth after day one at Guy Harvey Invitational

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – The Saint Leo University women's golf team posted an opening round 309 and finished the day fourth out of 18 teams at the Nova Southeastern University Guy Harvey Invitational, Monday afternoon at the PGA National Resort and Spa.

Senior Lauren Petty is tied for first place on the individual leaderboard; she was one of four players who carded a 73 on the par 72, 6,163 Palmer Course at PGA National. She is joined by Savannah College of Art & Design's (SCAD) Alazne Urizar, Cal Baptist's Marvi Monsalve, and Nova Southeastern's Mailen Domecq Chantry.

Senior Clare Connolly fired a five-over 77 and is tied for 17th, while freshman Vilde Eriksen shot a round of 78 and is tied for 22nd.

Sophomore Marie Coors posted a round of 81 and is tied for 45th, while junior Kellianne May carded an 89 and is tied for 85th.

The Lions returned to the clubhouse four strokes off the pace set by Lynn University, who sit atop the team leaderboard with a 305 through 18 holes.

The host squad from fourth-ranked Nova Southeastern fired a 306 on day one and are second on the leaderboard, followed by third-place and 10th-ranked Cal Baptist with a 307. Ninth-ranked Rollins and 19th-ranked West Florida are tied for fifth on the team leaderboard with a 314.

Play resumes on Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. at PGA National's Palmer Course with a shotgun start.

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