Women’s golf atop team, individual standings at Steffens Invite

Women’s golf atop team, individual standings at Steffens Invite

DELAND, Fla. – Saint Leo women's golf continued to hold the top spot on the team leaderboard and added the top spot on the individual standings as well, through 36 holes at the Stetson University Babs Steffens Invitational at Victoria Hills Golf Club.

Saint Leo, the only Division II program in the field of nine Division I programs and Seminole State College, fired a four-over 292 in Sunday's second round on the par 72, 5,907 yard Victoria Hills course, and are at 590 (+14) for the tournament.

The Lions hold a nine stroke lead over second-place Boston University at 599 (+23). The Terriers fired a nine over 297 in Sunday's round. The host squad from Stetson University (601, +25) are two strokes behind Boston University, tied with Dartmouth College (N.H.).

Senior Marie Coors seized the top spot on the individual leaderboard on Sunday, carding a three-under 69 in the second round to finish the day with a one-under 143 through 36 holes. Coors birdied four of nine holes on the back nine on Sunday, with two birdies on the front nine.

Junior Amanda Jakobsson climbed into second place in the individual standings at an even-par 144, after firing a one-under 71 in the second round.

Freshman Izzy Lawrence and junior Vilde Eriksen are both tied for 14th with an eight-over 152 through 36 holes. Both golfers matched their Saturday rounds with four-over 76s on Sunday.

Junior Margine Arguello was among four golfers in the next grouping tied for 23rd overall with a nine-over 153 after two rounds. Arguello posted a six-over 78 on Sunday.

Monday's final round of the 54-hole Babs Steffen Invitational begins at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start.

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