For Immediate Release
April 2, 2018
Cameron University Athletics
Kenton Means – Sports Information Director
TUCSON, Ariz. – The Aggie women’s golf team is currently in 13th place at the West Texas A&M Desert Invitational as they shot a combined score of 330 in the first round of play on Monday.
Cameron is 31 strokes back of the tournament leader, No. 9 CSU-San Marcos, who shot an 11 under 299 during the first 18 holes at The Lodge at Ventana Canyon – Canyon Course, a par 72, 5,978 yard course in Tucson, Ariz.
Kyndall Morgan had the low round of the day for the Black and Gold, shooting an 81, which is currently tied for 41st. Bayleigh Johnson shot an 82 and is tied for 45th individually, while Allison Duffin carded an 83, Kennedy Wheeler shot an 84, and Iona Roska rounded out the CU lineup with an 88.
CSU-San Marcos leads the field by two strokes, as St. Mary’s is in second with a 301, while Lynn and West Texas A&M are tied for third and Grand Valley State is in fifth with a 313. Additionally, Midwestern State is in sixth, Western New Mexico is in 11th and Angelo State is tied for 14th, just one stroke back of the Aggies.
Cameron will try to make up ground in the team standings on Tuesday, April 3, as they and the rest of the field tee off for the second round of the WT Desert Invite at 9 a.m. (CT).
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