Coors tied for 11th, women’s golf eighth at Lady Moc Classic

Coors tied for 11th, women’s golf eighth at Lady Moc Classic

LAKELAND, Fla. – Saint Leo junior Marie Coors finished tied for 11th overall to pace the Lions at the 2016 Florida Southern College Lady Moc Classic, which concluded Tuesday at the Grasslands Golf & Country Club.

Saint Leo placed eighth overall in the 18-team field at this year's Lady Moc Classic, recording a score of 920. The Lions were ninth overall following Monday's first two rounds, with a 36-hole score of 616.

The Lions carded a 304 on Tuesday, a score tied for the third-best round of the day among the 18 teams competing.

Lynn University, which had with tied for seventh heading into Tuesday's play with a 611, just five strokes ahead of Saint Leo, won the tournament after carding a 297 on Tuesday and a 908 for the tournament. Rollins College, the leader heading into the clubhouse on Monday, also recorded a score of 908 for the tournament, but finished second after shooting a 306 on Tuesday. Host Florida Southern fired a 302 on Tuesday and posted a 911 for the tournament, and was third overall.

Coors fired a four-over 76 in Tuesday's third and final round, same score she had carded in the previous two rounds on Monday, for a 54-hole total of 228 (+12) on the par 72, 6,085-yard Grasslands course. She finished tied with Florida Southern's Kit Creighton, Flagler's Lara Ardler, and Seminole State's Nichada Satasuk at 12-over for the tournament.

Junior Amanda Jakobsson fired a 77 during Tuesday's round for a 232 (+16), and was tied for 28th on the individual leaderboard.

Junior Vilde Eriksen and senior Kellianne May were tied for 28th overall with a 233 (+17) for the tournament. Eriksen carded a 76 on Tuesday, while May turned in the day's low round by a Saint Leo golfer with a 75.

Junior Sabrina Rumbaugh finished the tournament tied for 60th overall, shooting an 83 on Tuesday for a 54-hole score of 240 (+24).

Lynn's Jenny Ayala took medalist honors with a one-over 217 for the tournament, after carding a 73 on Tuesday. Ayala was five strokes ahead of second place Lexie Toth from Rollins with a 222 (+6), and seven strokes in front of Barry's Nicole Ferre and Rollins' Annie Dulman who were tied for third with a 224 (+8).

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