Women’s golf checks in fifth after day one at Barry Inv.

Women’s golf checks in fifth after day one at Barry Inv.

MIAMI LAKES, Fla. – Saint Leo women's golf stands in fifth place after Monday's first two rounds of the Barry University Women's Invitational, held on the Senator Course at Shula's Golf Club.

The Lions carded a 12-over 588 over the first two rounds, and trail the leaders from Nova Southeastern by nine strokes. The Sharks fired a three-over 579 and sit atop the 13-team leaderboard, followed by Florida Tech with a 580 (+4), Barry at 585 (+9), and Lynn with a 587 (+11).

Junior Marie Coors leads the Lions on the individual leaderboard with a one-over 145, seven strokes off the pace set by leader Felicia Leftinger from Florida Tech with a six-under 138. Coors fired a 69 in Monday's first round on the par 72, 6,020 yard Senator Course, tied for second-lowest score in the opening round, and shot a 76 in the second round.

Sophomore Amanda Jakobsson carded rounds of 71 and 75 for a 36-hole tally of 146 (+2), and is alone in 14th place among individuals. Sophomore Vilde Erikssen put together a two-round tally of 147 (+3), and is among a group of five golfers tied at 15th on the leaderboard.

Junior Sabrina Rumbaugh fired a seven-over 151 over 36 holes on Monday and is tied for 32nd, while senior Kellianne May shot an 80 in the first round and rallied for a 75 in the second round and finished the day tied for 50th at 155 (+11).

Tuesday's third and final round of the Barry Women's Invitational begins at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 15, with a shotgun start at the Shula Golf Club.

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