Georgetown had five players in the top 10
The Hoyas will play 54 holes over Monday and Tuesday
The Hoyas were led by Jacquelyn Eleey at 3-over par
The Hoyas are looking to build off their three wins in the fall
The Hoyas will compete in four tournaments leading up to the BIG EAST Championships
Photos from NCAA Women's Golf Round 1
2014-15: Gros appeared in all 10 tournaments ... Tied for first on the team with 28 rounds played and finished third on the team with a 78.11 stroke average ... Seven top-30 finishes ... Best finish was tied for seventh place at the UD Lady Blue Hen Invitational, carding a 16-over par 230 ... Tied for eighth place at the Lady Thunderbird Invitational (7-over par 151) ... Tied for ninth place at the Hoya Women's Invitational (20-over par 236) ... Finished in 14th place at the BIG EAST Championship (19-over par 235) ... Tied for 20th place at the William & Mary Invitational (14-over par 230) ... Tied for 21st place at the Ron Moore Women's Intercollegiate (13-over par 229) ... Tied for 23rd at the Seton Hall Pirate Invitational (14-over par 158) ... Tied for 35th place at the Golfweek Conference Challenge (13-over par 241) ... Tied for 45th place at the Nittany Lion Invitational (19-over par 235) ... Tied for 118th at the Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Spring Classic (26-over par 242).
Prior to Georgetown: Gros had an impressive summer on the AJGA Tour in 2013, winning two events and finishing among the top-10 five time ... She won the HJGT Falcon's Fire (Girls 15-18) with scores of 68-67-67 and then won the Orange Lake Junior Open with scores of 69-74 ... In addition, she placed seventh at the AJGA Annapolis Junior (70-77-81), sixth at the AJGA Hank Haney IJGA Junior Open (74-72-75) and in third place at the Florida Junior Tour (77-73) ... Gros also made it to the first round of the US Girl's Junior Championship in Fort Wayne, Ind. this summer.