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Women's golf sixth after day one of Patsy Rendleman Invitational

Yen Xuan Ong shot 74 and is tied for 11th at the Patsy Rendleman Invitational
Yen Xuan Ong shot 74 and is tied for 11th at the Patsy Rendleman Invitational

SALISBURY, N.C. --- The Tusculum University women's golf team posted an opening round 303 and is tied for sixth place at the 2019 Patsy Rendleman Invitational.  The Pioneers are nine shots behind tournament host Catawba College, who lead with 297.

The Tusculum duo of Jennifer Keim and Yen Xuan Ong are tied for 11th place after shooting 74 on the Country Club of Salisbury course.

Lenoir-Rhyne and Limestone are tied for second place with 298, while Mount Olive is fourth with 301 and Queens University of Charlotte is fifth with 302.  Tusculum and UNC Pembroke are tied for sixth with 303, followed by Coker (304), Lander (306), Montevallo (309), Anderson (309), Young Harris (314), Belmont Abbey (315), Erskine (319), King (323) and North Greenville (325).

TU's Taylor Gransen is tied for 31st place with 77, while Olivia Cunningham came in tied for 40th with her 78.  Bianca Findlay shot 80 and is tied for 58th place to comprise the Tusculum scoring.

The two-day, 36-hole tournament will wrap up on Tuesday with the final round on the par-72, 5,973-yard layout.

 

Team Results

Pl

Team

TOT

1

Catawba

297

2

Lenoir-Rhyne

298

 

Limestone

298

4

Mount Olive

301

5

Queens University of Charlotte

302

6

TUSCULUM

303

 

UNC Pembroke

303

8

Coker

304

9

Lander

306

10

Montevallo

309

 

Anderson

309

12

Young Harris

314

13

Belmont Abbey

315

14

Erskine

319

15

King

323

16

North Greenville

325

 

 

Tusculum Individual Scores

Pl

Player

TOT

T11

Jennifer Keim

74

T11

Yen Xuan Ong

74

T31

Taylor Gransen

77

T40

Olivia Cunningham

78

T58

Bianca Findlay

80

 

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