ELGIN, S.C. – Tuesday was a tough day for the UWG women's golf team as a second round 316 dropped the Wolves to a sixth place tie after 36 holes at the NCAA South Super Regional at The Member's Club at Woodcreek in Elgin, S.C.
West Georgia is 51-over for the tournament after Tuesday's round and is currently tied with Montevallo in sixth place while Barry maintained their round one lead with a round of 304 on Tuesday.
For the Wolves, it was Franziska Bremm with the low round of the day and the only score in the 70s as the sophomore shot a 74 in the second round. Bremm began the day with four pars before a birdie on the fifth. Trouble reared its ugly head for Bremm on the final three holes of the front nine, as she made the turn at two over. Bremm played the back nine even par with two bogeys and two birdies including a three on the par four, 18th hole. Bremm is tied for fourth with 18 holes to play.
Maria Torres shot an 81 on Tuesday, and was plagued with a rough back nine. Torres made the turn at two-over, but made seven bogeys on the back nine to finish nine-over. Torres is in a 25th place tie along with teammate Jordan Daniel who shot 80 in her second round. Daniel got off to a tough start with two double-bogeys in the first three holes. The pair has a 158 total after 36 holes.
It was a second round 81 for senior Lola Uribe as she struggled with a six-over on the front nine. Uribe ground out a three-over back nine to finish with the 81 and will begin the final round in a 43rdplace tie.
For the second straight day, Taylor Sarratt shot a 10-over 82. Similar to Uribe, Sarratt struggled on the opening nine before a two-over 38 on the back nine, including four straight pars to close out the round. Sarratt is in 56th place individually.
West Georgia will need to move up into the top-three in order to advance to the NCAA National Tournament. The Wolves are eight shots out of third place.
The Wolves get tomorrow's final round started at 8:30 a.m. on hole one as they are paired with familiar foe Lee and Rollins.