Round Two of Women's Intercollegiate Golf Tourney Suspended
Sept. 25, 2000
MEMPHIS, TENN. - The UNC-Greensboro women's golf team fought through the cool temperatures, wind and rain and holds a slim lead over Arkansas-Little Rock, Memphis and Campbell University going into Tuesday's completion of the second round and playing of the final round of the Memphis Women's Intercollegiate Golf Tournament being held at Memphis National Golf Club.
UNC-Greensboro turned in a first round score of 315 and leads Arkansas-Little Rock by five strokes. UALR had a team score of 320, while Memphis, the host institution, is in third at 321 along with Campbell University.
Jenny Gleason of UNC-Greensboro posted the round of the day and holds the individual lead after 18 holes. Gleason fired a one over par 73 and has a two shot lead over Maria Jose Hurtado of UALR and a three shot advantage over Jayme Langford of James Madison University.
University of Memphis junior Sandra Hellsvik led the Lady Tigers in scoring with an opening round of 77. She is currently tied for fourth. U of M sophomore Marianne Ruud and freshman Meaghan Francella are tied for sixth place at 78.
With the early morning rain delay, the second round of the Memphis Women's Intercollegiate was not completed. The second round will be finished on Tuesday morning prior to the start of the final 18-holes.