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Women’s Golf In Ninth At Clover Cup

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    Jenny Coleman was the second top scorer for the Buffs.

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    [h=1]Women’s Golf In Ninth At Clover Cup[/h] Release: 03/09/2013 Courtesy: Marlee Horn, Graduate Assistant SID


    MESA, Ariz. - The University of Colorado women's golf team is currently in ninth place after two rounds here Saturday at the Notre Dame Clover Cup. The Buffaloes shot a 33-over par 609 in the first 36 holes of the event.

    After the first day of action was cancelled due to rain, 16 teams hit the links for two rounds of play at the par 72, 6, 209-yard Longbow Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz. In the first round, the Buffs shot a 13-over par 301, good for seventh place. The Buffs slid to ninth in the second, ending the day with a 20-over par 308.

    "The team was playing well in the morning round and stayed around 4th place, but we had a rough finish to that round," said CU head coach Anne Kelly. "The team didn't make many putts during the second round and could not get much momentum going. We continue to be on the verge of breaking through, but our young players need to get a bit more comfortable and confident shooting low scores."

    Four ranked teams round out the top five. No. 5 Oklahoma dominates the event with a 6-under par 570. No. 34 SMU is in second place with a 7-over par 583. No. 27 Northwestern and No. 16 Texas Tech follow close behind with 12-over par 588 and 13-over par 589, for third and fourth, respectively. Florida International rounds out the top five after shooting 19-over par 595, while host No. 22 Notre Dame comes in at sixth with a 20-over par 596.

    Alexis Keating leads Colorado with a 5-over par 149. Keating had 24 pars and one eagle on the day, to rank tied for 21st. Shooting just one over par in the first round, Keating was tied for 13th. She was 4-over par 76 in the second to end the day seven places back.

    Jennifer Coleman also stands in the top 30, ending the first two rounds tied for 27th. Coleman shot a 6-over par 150. She topped the Buffs scoring one under par in par 3 scoring. Coleman was tied for 13th with teammate Keating after shooting one over par in the first round. In the second, she shot 5-over par 77.

    Megan Haase rounds out the top 40 for the Buffs, tied for 39th at 9-over par 153. She shot 3-over par 75 in the first and 5-over 78 in the second round.

    Jamie Oleksiew improved in her second round to finish the day tied for 68th, with a 14-over par 158. She shot 8-over par 80 in the first round and trimmed off two strokes for a 6-over par 78 in the second round.

    Kristin Coleman also improved after the first round, shooting 18-over par 162 for 82nd place. After shooting 13-over par 85 in her first round, she shot one of the best second rounds for the Buffs with a 5-over par 77 to conclude the day.

    Allie Zech completed the day 10-over par 154, tied for 47th individually. Zech also improved with continued play, shooting 6-over par 78 in the first round and 4-over par 76 in the second.

    The Buffaloes conclude the weekend with the final round of the Clover Cup on Sunday, March 10.


    BUFFALOES INDIVIDUALS
    t-21.​
    Alexis Keating
    73-76—149​
    t-27.​
    Jennifer Coleman
    73-77—150​
    t-39.​
    Megan Haase
    75-78—153​
    t-68.​
    Jamie Oleksiew
    80-78—158​
    82​
    Kristin Coleman
    85-77—162​


    TOP 5 INDIVIDUALS
    1.​
    J. Haglund, SMU
    71-67—138​
    2.​
    H. Lee, Northwestern
    66-73—139​
    3.​
    J. Staggs, Oklahoma
    68-72—140​
    4.​
    C. Jao-Javanil, Oklahoma
    71-70—141​
    t-5.​
    H. Arnold, Texas Tech
    72-70—142​
    t-5.​
    E. Collins, Oklahoma
    71-71—142​
    t-5.​
    M. White, SMU
    75-67—142​
    t-5.​
    T. Schmidt, Oklahoma
    70-72—142​
    TEAM STANDINGS
    1.​
    Oklahoma
    281-289—570​
    2.​
    SMU
    299-284—583​
    3.​
    Northwestern
    285-303—588​
    4.​
    Texas Tech
    296-293—589​
    5.​
    Florida International
    305-290—595​
    6.​
    Notre Dame
    298-298—596​
    7.​
    Tulsa
    303-295—598​
    8.​
    Minnesota
    296-304—600​
    9.
    Colorado
    301-308—609
    t-10.​
    Michigan
    303-307—610​
    t-10.​
    Mississippi
    303-307—610​
    12.​
    Kansas
    312-301—613​
    13.​
    Nebraska
    312-312—624​
    14.​
    Georgetown
    315-310—625​
    15.
    Cincinnati
    322-310—632​
    16.​
    Illinois
    321-321—642​

    from cubuffs.com
     

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