4.25.14 WOMEN'S GOLF: Cavs Sixth After First Day
Women's Golf, 2014-04-25
(NEW ALBANY, Ohio) – Poor conditions didn’t help anyone during the first day of the GLIAC Championships as Walsh stands sixth after one round at Winding Hollow Golf Club. The Cavaliers currently have a team score of 347.
Grand Valley currently leads the field with a score of 323. Findlay is in second with a score of 332. Ferris State is four strokes back in third, while Northwood and Ashland are tied for fourth at 341 to round out the top five.
Walsh’s No. 1 Jenny Tsangeos (Jr., Canton, OH/GlenOak) led the Cavs with an 82. Her score was good enough to put her in a tie for 10th after the first round. Kayla Hardesty (So., Minerva, OH/Marlington) carded an 87 to stand at 20th overall. Meghan Hatfield (So., North Canton, OH/Jackson) scored an 88, Paige Victor (Fr., Mentor, OH/HS) scored a 90, and Amanda Griffin (Jr., Tallmadge, OH/HS) scored a 92 to round out the Cavs’ quintet.
Action resumes tomorrow in the three-day event with Walsh starting early. The Cavs’ five will be a part of the first group to get started with the first golfers teeing off at 8 a.m.