Women's Golf in 11th Place after First Day of Play at Central District Invitational
Feb. 19, 2013
The Georgetown University women's golf team shot a 21-over par 309 in the second round and is in 11th place among 12 teams after the first two rounds of play at the Central District Invitational, being hosted by Michigan State University at the River Wilderness Country Club in Parrish, Fla.
Vanderbilt leads the 12-team field at 12-over par 588, with Michigan State second at 14-over par 590 and SMU third at 19-over par 595. The Hoyas posted a 36-hole score of 50-over par 626, seven shots behind Chattanooga for 10th place.
Freshman Liz DiVincentis (Durham, Conn./Coginchaug Regional) paced the Hoyas, tying for 27th place in the field of 60 at 9-over par 153. She fired a 1-under par 71 in the second round.
Freshman Patricia Lee (Lone Tree, Colo./Highlands Ranch) and sophomore Viktoria Lager (Princeton, N.J./West Florida Christian School) tied for 34th place with scores of 10-over par 154. Lee posted a 2-over par 74 in the first round and an 8-over par 80 in the second round, while Lager countered with scores of 7-over par 79 and 3-over par 75, respectively.
"I'm very excited about Liz and Patricia," Head Coach Katie Brophy said. "Both of them shot their best rounds in college golf today so that's a huge step for the future. Viktoria is always steady and it's nice to get Mackenzie in the lineup. I took for her and Stef to put together a good round tomorrow."
The tournament, being played on the par-72, 6,099-yard course, finishes play on Tuesday, Feb. 19.