Women's Golf Tied for Fourth at ECAC
The Central Connecticut women's golf team finished round one play at the 2011 E.C.A.C. Women's Golf Championships in a tie for fourth place. The Blue Devils posted a team score of 331 strokes, led by junior Katie Reid's 78.
Reid posted a first round 78, on the strength of her back-nine 38. She also posted a solid 40 on the front side to earn her share of seventh place finish. Junior Stephanie Bednar was right behind in a tie for 16th with a score of 82. She posted a 40 on the front and a 42 on the back side.
Also scoring for the Blue Devils were junior Anna Ausanio and sophomore Elisabeth Beloin, who were tied for 21st and 45th, respectivly. Ausanio posted a 43-40 split to post an 83. Beloin shot 43 and 45 to finish with 88 strokes.
Sophomore Gina Grant was the fifth Blue Devil golfer she shot a 92 in the first round. She was tied for 55th.
Dartmouth College is in the lead after the first round with a score of 308. Lauren Petty of Hofstra is the individual leader with a first round 69.
The ECAC Championships will finish with 18 holes tomorrow on the Twisted Dunes Course in Egg Harbor, NJ.