April 20, 2009
Southern Conference Women's Golf Championship - Round 2 Results / Round 3 Tee Times
Hilton Head, S.C. -
Western Carolina held its position in the overall team standings on Monday, shooting 330 as a team to remain eighth out of the 10-team field at the 2009 Southern Conference Women's Golf Championship. Sophomore Josefine Sundh moved four positions in the individual standings to lead the Catamounts in fifth-place after a six-over, 78, in the second round.
The third and final round will begin with 8:00 am tee times at the par 72, 6,050-yard Moss Creek Resort North Course.
Furman posted a second round score of 308 for a two-day total of 611 to continue to pace the field, leading second-place Chattanooga (632) - which jumped two spots from fourth on Monday - by 21 strokes entering Tuesday's championship round. College of Charleston advanced three positions in the second round to third, five strokes in arrears of the Lady Mocs at 637, with Elon (638) in fourth and UNC Greensboro (641) rounding out the top five.
Samford is sixth at 647, followed by Wofford (653), Western Carolina (656), Appalachian State (665) and The Citadel (689) finishing out the team standings.
Furman's Stefanie Kenoyer jumped five positions in the individual standings with a one-over, 73, on Tuesday for a two-day score of 149 to take over the individual lead by two strokes over Chattanooga's Maria Salinas (151) and first-round leader, Jackie Hilea of Furman, in a two-way tie for second. Elon's Danielle Mills is third, three strokes off the pace, with Sundh in fifth-place, just six strokes off the pace.
Sundh carded three birdies on Monday, but could not over come a five-over, nine on the par 4, 302-yard No. 4. After scoring bogey on the next hole, the Kumla, Sweden, native played the back nine at even par before a double-bogey on the par 4, 371-yard 18th dropped her to six shots off the pace. The day before, Sundh had shot four-over on the back with four bogies.
Junior Desiree Karlsson worked around four double-bogey scores with a pair of birdies, including No. 18, to trim one shot off her opening round score of 81 to shoot 80 on Monday. She is in the clubhouse at 161, in sole possession of 21st-place.
Both Blaire Minter and Ashley Shinn shaved two strokes off their opening round scores, shooting 84 and 88, respectively, on Monday. Minter is tied with classmate Rachel Nelson in 39th-place at 170, while Shinn is tied for 46th eight strokes back at 178.
Fans can follow Tuesday's final round online at www.GolfStatResults.com.