March 18, 2012
Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate - Round 2 Results
Augusta, Ga. -
Led by a pair of freshmen, Western Carolina stands in 14th-place after 36 holes at the Insperity Lady Jaguar Intercollegiate, hosted by Augusta State at the Forest Hills Golf Club. Katy Kile and Sofie Kvarnstrom are tied for 48th (157) individually to pace the Catamounts entering Sunday's final round.
Paired with golfers from Memphis and two individuals from both Augusta State and Indiana and one from Purdue, WCU will tee off on the holes No. 16 through 18 at 9:00 am on Sunday morning. Live scoring of the event can be found online at GolfStatResults.com.
First-round leader, UT-San Antonio, continues to pace the field by four strokes heading into Sunday's third and final round. The Roadrunners (584) posted the low round of the day with a 2-under 286 and had no score worse than a pair of 1-over 73's. Tournament host Augusta State is in second, four strokes in arrears at 588 with Purdue (592) in third followed by Kennesaw State (601) and East Tennessee State (605) in fifth place.
Augusta State's Casey Kennedy followed her opening round one-over, 73, with a three-under 69 to climb to the event lead by a stroke over Purdue's Paula Reto (143).
Kvarnstrom moved up four spots into a tie with Kile for 48th after two rounds, shooting a five-over, 77, on Saturday. She played the first eight holes at even par before a bogey on the par-4 18th left her making the turn at one-over. On the front nine, Kvarnstrom posted two bogies and one double to finish at five-over par.
Kile, who paced the Catamounts after the opening round, shot 81 on Saturday, starting with six bogies through her first seven holes. The Montgomery, Texas, native scored par on nine of her final 11 holes with a bogie and a double on the front nine.
Freshman Maria Kjelldorff trimmed four strokes off her opening round to shoot 78 on Saturday, moving into a tie for 62nd at 160, with senior Blaire Minter in 65th overall after rounds of 82 and 79 for a two-round score of 161.
Rounding out WCU's scoring five is junior Michelle Bello in a tie for 71st at 167 following rounds of 86 and 81. Bello led the team with three birdies on Saturday, but struggled out of the gates, starting eight-over par through the first seven holes of her second round.