SANDESTIN, Fla. – The Washington and Lee women's golf team sits in sixth-place out of 18 teams following the first day of competition at the Golfweek Fall Division III Invitational held at the Baytowne Golf Club on Sunday.
The Generals shot a +33 score of 321 on Sunday and trail team leader Sewanee by just 10 strokes. The Tigers posted a +23 score of 311 and lead Washington (Mo.) by two strokes (313).
Sewanee's Emily Javadi is the individual leader after she shot a one-under par score of 71.
Sophomore Caroline Holloway (Gainesville, Fla. / Oak Hall) was the top General in the opening round as she carded a 76 (+4) and is tied for seventh-place out of 90 competitors.
Sophomore Liza Freed (Alexandria, Va. / St. Stephen's & St. Agnes) shot an 81 (+9) and is tied for 22nd, while classmate Mary-Frances Hall (State Road, N.C. / Elkin) and senior Sara Moir (Roanoke, Va. / Hidden Valley) both posted an 82 (+10) and are tied for 30th. Sophomore Dana Droz (Lancaster, Pa. / Veritas Academy) added an 89 (+17) to round out the W&L players in the event.
Action continues on Monday with the second of three rounds.