Women's Golf in Sixth After Day One of Indiana Invitational
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- The Marshall women's golf team stands in a tie for sixth place after a shortened first day of play at the Indiana Invitational due to wet course conditions at the Indiana University Golf Club.
The tournament, originally scheduled for 54 holes, is now a 36-hole event with the second and final round to be played on Sunday with a 9 a.m. shotgun start.
Marshall's Amber Churchill (Dublin, Ohio) is in a three-way tie for fifth place after the first round. The sophomore shot a 5-over 77, six strokes behind leader Noriko Nakazaki of Notre Dame, who carded a 1-under 71.
Allyson Hatcher (Wheeling, W.Va.), Stacy Wagner (Harmony, Pa.), and Whitney Wolejko (Hatfield, Mass.) are in a 10-way tie for 26th place with a 10-over 82.
As a team, the Thundering Herd's top four scores yielded a final tally of 323 on the day.
Notre Dame paces the field with a 24-over 312.
IU Golf Club is a 6,142-yard, par-72 golf course.
Marshall Scores (After First Round)
Churchill (T5) 77, Hatcher, Wagner, Wolejko (T26) 82, Tammy Mahar (T45) 84, Meredith Crislip (T73) 87