PEORIA, Ariz. -
The Indiana women's golf team is tied for seventh after 36 holes of the Westbrook Spring Invitational at the Westbrook Village Golf Club in Peoria, Ariz.
The Hoosiers posted rounds of 306 and 305 to enter tomorrow's final round in a tie for seventh. Arkansas leads the field with a 583, followed by Washington and Texas Tech tied for second at 585, Kansas State fourth (603) and Mississippi State rounding out the top five (606).
"The Hoosiers looking to move up tomorrow and clean up a few things," said head coach Clint Wallman. "Overall a positive day on the course."
Graduate student Kristen Schelling leads the Hoosiers after rounds of 75 and 73, putting her tied for 11th in the field at 148. Schelling tallied eight birdies over the 36 holes, including a four on the par-5 eighth hole in both rounds.
Sophomore Elizabeth Tong is tied for 22nd with back-to-back rounds of 76 (152). Tong had five birdies to go along with 20 holes of par through the 36 holes. Senior Rosie Davies sits tied for 38th with scores of 75 and 79 on Sunday. In round one Davies was 2-under through the first 12 holes.
Senior Kate Coons came back from an 82 in round one to post a 5-over 77 over the final 18 holes, putting her tied for 59th. Just one birdie in round one was followed by four under-par holes in the second round. Also tied for 59th is senior Pamela Burneski (80-79). Burneski had 10 holes of par or better in round one and carded two birdies in round two.
Competing in the individual slot. Junior Sophie Hayashi is tied for 70th with a score of 162 (84-78). Hayashi tallied three birdies in her second round of action, shooting even par over the final 10 holes.
The tournament concludes Monday with the final 18 holes getting underway at 10:30 a.m. ET.