Lady Eagle Golfers Tied for Fourth Heading into Final Round of USA Lady Jaguar Invitational.
Feb. 25, 2013
Mobile, Ala. - The Southern Miss women's golf team is tied for fourth-place heading into the final round of the USA Lady Jaguar Invitational, hosted by South Alabama and played at the par-72, 6,051-yard Azalea City Golf Club.
The tournament was shortened to 36-holes due to rain.
The Lady Eagles shot a first round 313, sitting 25-over par and tied with McNeese State. Host South Alabama leads the tournament at 18-over par. Louisiana¬-Monroe and Arkansas-Little Rock are tied for second-place at 2-over par.
Senior Vicky Correa is in ninth-place after shooting a four-over par 76. Junior Lauren Judson shot a 78 to sit in a 15th-place tie. Freshman Juliana Herrera is tied for 21st-place after carding a seven-over 79.
Arkansas-Little Rock's Emelie Westrup leads the individual competition at one-over par.
The tournament concludes tomorrow with the final round beginning at 8:30 a.m.