Georgetown in Seventh Place, Campbell Leads After Two Rounds at Hoya Invitational
April 8, 2013
Beallsville, Md. -
Campbell University fired an 11-over par 299 in the first round and finished the day with a 36-hole score of 28-over par 604 to hold a seven shot lead after the first day of play at the Hoya Invitational, being hosted by Georgetown University at The Members Club at Four Streams.
The 54-hole tournament concludes on Tuesday, April 9, with a shotgun start slated for 9 a.m.
Host Georgetown shot an opening round 28-over par 316 and struggled in the second round with a 40-over par 328 and stands in seventh place at 68-over par 644.
Campbell fired a 299 in the opening round and backed that up with a 17-over par 305 in the second round to finish at 604, seven strokes ahead of second place Yale (35-over par 611). Penn and Seton Hall are tied for third place at 39-over par 615, while Nova Southeastern is in fifth place (45-over par 621) and St. John's stands in sixth place at 64-over par 640.
The individual lead is held by Harin Lee of St. John's and Lisbeth Brooks of Campbell, who are tied for first place at 2-over par 146. Penn's Amanda Chin is in third at 3-over par 147 and Seo Hee Moon of Yale is in fourth place at 4-over par 148.
Junior Alice Choi (Whitestone, N.Y./Bayside) leads the Hoyas, standing in a tie for 16th place at 12-over par 156. She posted consecutive scores of 6-over par 78.
Other scorers for Georgetown include senior Audrey Dalton (Portland, Ore./St. Mary's Academy), who is tied for 40th place at 21-over par 165, and sophomore Viktoria Lager (Princeton, N.J./West Florida Christian School), who is tied for 59th place at 28-over par 172is tied for 43rd place at 22-over par 166
Three players are competing for Georgetown. Freshman Patricia Lee (Lone Tree, Colo./Highlands Ranch) is tied for 12th place at 10-over par 154, while senior Katie Skinner (Boise, Idaho/Bishop Kelly) is tied for 38th place at 20-over par 164 and Stefanie Soelling (Everett, Wash./Everett) shot a 22-over par 166 and is tied for 43rd place.