For Immediate Release
April 23, 2018
Cameron University Athletics
Kenton Means – Sports Information Director
ABILENE, Texas – The Aggie women’s golf got off to a rough start at the Lone Star Conference Championship, shooting a 317 during the first round of play on Monday.
First Round Results
Cameron is currently in seventh place, and are 32 strokes back of the leader Tarleton State, who carded a 285 through the first 18 holes.
Kennedy Wheeler led CU with a 78 in the first round and is just inside the top-25 individually, while Kyndall Morgan is one stroke back with a 79 and Allison Duffin and Iona Roska both shot 80 on Monday. Bayleigh Johnson had the throw away score for the Black and Gold, carding an 82 to open the two round championship.
The TexAnns lead the field by three strokes, as West Texas A&M is in second with a 288. Midwestern State finds themselves in third after a first round score of 295, while Western New Mexico is shots back of them in fourth.
Texas A&M-Commerce and Angelo State are in fifth and sixth, and lead CU by 10 and 11 strokes, as Texas A&M-Kingsville is bringing up the rear with a first round 329.
Four players are currently tied for the top spot on the individual leaderboard; WT’s Jelina Fernando and Ueakarn Loukyee Songprasert, TSU’s Casey Wild, and WNMU’s Shelby Turner all shot a 69 through the first 18 holes of play on Monday.
The Aggies will be paired with TAMUK for the second round and will starting teeing off at 8 a.m. on Tuesday morning.