Women's Golf Maintains Seventh Place Position After 36 Holes at Unlimited Potential/Baytree Classic





Women's Golf Maintains Seventh Place Position After 36 Holes at Unlimited Potential/Baytree Classic

9/25/2004

  • Complete Results

    MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - The Marshall women's golf team remains in seventh place after 36 holes at the Unlimited Potential/Baytree Classic with a team score of 623. Coastal Carolina University leads the tournament after two rounds with a 598.

    Amber Churchill (Dublin, Ohio) leads all Marshall golfers with a 152 (74-78), which is good for 14th place. Allyson Hatcher (Wheeling, W.Va.) is a stroke behind at 153 (75-78, T-15th), while Tammy Mahar (Ashland, Ky.) shot a 160 (78-82, T-47th), Sheena Caron (Bolt, W.Va.) fired a 161 (80-81, T-54th and Whitney Wolejko (Hatfield, Mass.) posted a 162 (83-79, T-63rd) to close out the Marshall scoring.

    Michelle Jarman of UNC Wilmington leads the individual portion of the tournament with a five-under, 139.

    The tournament ends tomorrow morning with the final 18 rounds.