WASHINGTON - The Georgetown University women's golf team is in seventh place among 12 teams with a 36-hole score of 57-over par 625 after the second day of play at the Golfweek Program Challenge, being played at the Caledonia Golf & Fish Club in Pawley's Island, S.C.
Campbell shot a 4-over par 288 in the second round and leads the 12-team field at 6-over par 574, with Central Arkansas second (34-over par 602), James Madison and Boston College tied for third place (37-over par 605) and Troy fifth at 41-over par 609. Western Carolina is in sixth place (54-over par 622), with Georgetown in seventh at 57-over par 625.
The Golfweek Program Challenge is a unique event, bringing together the men's and women's teams from both programs to compete for a tournament championship in their independent 54-hole events. The men's and women's final scores will be combined to crown an overall event champion.
On the men's side of the event, the Hoyas are in 11th place and the Campbell men's team leads the field.
Sophomore transfer Viktoria Lager (Princeton, N.J./West Florida Christian School) shot a 6-over par 77 in the second round and leads the Hoyas at 14-over par 156, tied for 26th place.
Junior Stefanie Soelling (Everett, Wash./Everett) had the team's best round of the day - a 4-over par 75 - and is tied with Lager for 26th place.
Senior co-captain Katie Skinner (Boise, Idaho/Bishop Kelly) and junior Alice Choi (Whitestone, N.Y./Bayside) both struggled in the second round and are tied for 37th place at 18-over par 160. Skinner posted an 11-over par 82, while Choi shot a 15-over par 86.
Freshman Patricia Lee (Lone Tree, Colo./Highlands Ranch) carded an 8-over par 79 in the second round and is tied for 49th place at 21-over par 163.
The Golfweek Program Challenge concludes on Tuesday.