Women's Golf in Third After Opening Round at Northeast Conference Championships

Women's Golf in Third After Opening Round at Northeast Conference Championships

The Central Connecticut women's golf team shot a day one score of 314 and are in third place after the first round of the Northeast Conference Championships on Friday.  The tournament is being played at the LPGA International-Jones Course in Daytona Beach, FL.  The course is a par-72.

Sacred Heart leads after Friday's first round with a team score of 297.  Fairleigh Dickinson in second at 313, followed by CCSU (314), LIU Brooklyn (317), Wagner (321), St. Francis U (330) and St. Francis Brooklyn (405).

Two Blue Devils sit in the top eight in the individual standings, led by freshman Kristyna Abrahamova who shot a round one score of 77.  She is six shots off the lead and is tied for fifth place overall.

Senior Ella Williams fired a 78 in the first round and sits in a tie for eighth place.  Junior Tara Whelan shot a 79 and is tied for 13th place.

Senior Kaitlyn Stoddart shot a round one score of 80, as did junior Cecy Gutierrez, and they sit in a tie for 17th place overall in the 36 player field.

The second round will begin on Saturday morning.

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