MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – After an opening round 310, the West Georgia Wolves women’s golf team sits in a fourth place tie after 18 holes at the Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate at Ocean Ridge.
Junior Franziska Bremm led the UWG charge on the opening day, firing a 76 to open the tournament. Bremm made two birdies on the day and finds herself tied for 10th as she heads into tomorrow’s final round of 18.
One shot behind her is senior Maria Torres who used a 77 on Monday to sit in a 12th place tie. Torres was four over on the front nine, and bounced back with a one-over finish on the back nine, including a birdie on hole 16.
Jordan Daniel’s round of 78 on Monday ties the junior for 21st place with 18 to play on Tuesday. Layne Carter shot 79 in her opening round and will begin Tuesday in a 27th place tie.
Tusculum leads the tournament by one shot over Wingate. The Pioneers shot a 302 in the opening round, leading West Georgia by eight strokes.
The Wolves are paired with Queens Charlotte and UNC-Pembroke on Tuesday with the first tee time set for 9:18 a.m.