SOUTH BEND, Ind. – The 13th-ranked Washington and Lee women's golf team carded a 321 and is tied for fifth-place out of 10 teams after the first day of competition at the O'Brien National Invitational hosted by St. Mary's (Ind.) on Sunday at the Knollwood Country Club.
Second-ranked Wittenberg leads the competition after shooting a tournament-record score of 292 (+4) on Sunday. Fifth-ranked George Fox posted a 313 (+25) and fourth-ranked Texas-Tyler and 14th-ranked Huntingdon both shot 320 (+32) to tie for third. The Generals are tied with 16th-ranked DePauw after posting 321 (+33).
Wittenberg claims the top three individuals after the opening round led by Allie Lawwill, who shot an even-par 72. Jane Hopkinson-Wood and Macy Hubbard are tied for second out of 63 golfers with a 73 (+1).
W&L sophomore Liza Freed (Alexandria, Va. / St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) is tied for fourth with three other golfers after carding a +2 score of 74.
Sophomores Mary-Frances Hall (State Road, N.C. / Elkin) and Caroline Holloway (Gainesville, Fla. / Oak Hall) are currently tied for 23rd as both shot 81 and sophomore Dana Droz (Lancaster, Pa. / Veritas Academy) is tied for 39th with an 85. Senior Sara Moir (Roanoke, Va. / Hidden Valley) is tied for 55th after shooting a 90 on Sunday.
Action continues on Monday with the final round from Knollwood Country Club.