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UMHB women's golf in second place at Hal Sutton Intercollegiate

The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor women's golf team out shot every Division III team in the field and the Cru is in second place after the opening round of the Hal Sutton Intercollegiate Monday in Louisiana. UMHB is only trailing Tyler Junior College, a scholarship program, in the team standings after the first day.

The Cru carded a 320 team total and is 12 shots off the pace being set y Tyler Junior College at 308. Tournament host Centenary College is in third place after carding a 355, Hardin-Simmons University posted a 360 for fourth place and Jackson State University rounds out the top five with a 385 team score. There is an eight-team field competing in the tournament.

Tori Gatling recorded the low individual score for UMHB on Monday. Gatling is in second place with a 75. Olivia Robinson and McKenna Ralston both posted 81's for the Cru to tie for sixth place and Emily Ming's 83 is good for a tie for ninth place. Aubrey Starnes fired a 91 to tie for 17th place and Cassidy Rawls was withdrawn from the tournament after shooting an opening round 90. TJC's Kimberley Beveridge has the individual lead after shooting 73 on Monday.

The two-day, 36-hole event is being played at the Golf Course at Stonebridge in Bossier City, Louisiana. Teams will tee off for Tuesday's final round with a shotgun start at 8:30 AM,

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