Georgetown Women's Golf Tied for Fourth at First Market Bank Intercollegiate
March 21, 2009
WASHINGTON, D.C. -
The Georgetown University women's golf team has three individuals among the top-20 overall and the Hoyas shot a 29-over par 317 to tie for fourth place out of 21 teams after the first round of play of the First Market Bank Intercollegiate, being hosted by the College of William & Mary at Ford's Colony in Williamsburg, Va.
Sixth-ranked Alabama leads the field after firing an 18-over par 306. They are five strokes ahead of Penn State, second at 23-over par 311, while Richmond is third at 26-over par 314. Georgetown is tied for fourth place with Radford and Charleston Southern. Longwood and Columbia are tied for seventh place at 33-over par 321, William & Mary is ninth at 34-over par 322 and Old Dominion is 10th at 37-over par 325.
Camilla Lennarth of Alabama and Madison Jeter of Charleston Southern are tied for the individual lead after posting scores of 2-over par 74 to lead the field of 124 golfers.
Senior Chelsea Curtis (Mashpee, Mass./Cape Cod Academy) shot a 5-over par 77 and is one of seven players tied for 12th place.
Sophomore Robyn English (Warwick, R.I./St. Mary Academy) is tied for 95th place at 16-over par 88 and freshman Joan Dulieu (Greenwich, Conn./Greenwich Academy) is tied for 19th place at 17-over par 89.
The final round of play will start at 8 a.m. on Sunday.
First Market Bank Intercollegiate
Team Results - 18 Holes, Par 288
Top 10 Individual Results - 18 Holes, Par 72