Women's Golf
Hoyas Finish First Day of JMU/Eagle Landing Invite in 17th
Joan Dulieu had two birdies on the day to finish with a 78 (+6).

Joan Dulieu had two birdies on the day to finish with a 78 (+6).

March 11, 2011

WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University women's golf team finished the opening round of the JMU/Eagle Landing Invitational in 17th place on Friday, with a score of 29-over par, 317. Hosted by James Madison University, the 18-team tournament is being played at the par 72, 6,282-yard Eagle Landing Golf Club in Orange Park, Fla.

Joan Dulieu (Bloomfield Hills, Mich./Detroit Country Day) finished her first 18 holes in a tie for 38th, signing her card for a six-over par, 78. The junior co-captain shot 39 on both the front and back nine, including birdies on the fifth and 17th holes.

Fellow co-captain Eunae Jo (Ridgewood, N.J./Ridgewood) was joined by sophomore Jordan Redfield (Fort Mitchell, Ky./Beechwood) in a tie for 57th with scores of 80 (+8). Both golfers had six bogeys and one double bogey on day.

Freshman Alice Choi (Whitestone/New York) finished with the Hoyas final qualifying mark of the day, shooting a seven-over par, 79 to finish tied for 51st. Sophomore Katie Skinner (Boise, Idaho/Bishop Kelly) rebounded from a front nine where she shot six-over par to complete her round with an 82 (+10), including a birdie on the par-4 12th hole.

Chattanooga leads the field of the 54-hole tournament by seven strokes with a combined score of eight-over par, 296. Florida Gulf Coast University's Briana Carlson leads all individuals after a two-under par, 70.

The second round will begin tomorrow morning, with the final 18 holes to be contested on Sunday.

 

 

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