Second Round of Women's Golf Intercollegiate Finished in Darkness
Sept. 25, 2000
MEMPHIS, TENN. - The University Arkansas-Little Rock women's golf team fought through the cool temperatures, wind and rain and holds a slim lead over UNC-Greensboro, Louisville, Memphis and Campbell University going into Tuesday's playing of the final round of the Memphis Women's Intercollegiate Golf Tournament being held at Memphis National Golf Club.
UALR turned in a two round total score of 627 and leads UNC-Greensboro by four strokes. UNC-Greensboro had a team score of 631, while Louisville is at 635, Memphis, the host institution, is in at 641 and Campbell University finished at 642.
Jenny Gleason of UNC-Greensboro posted rounds of 73-76 and is tied with Maria Jose Hurtado of Little Rock entering the final round. Gleason fired a one over par 73 in her opening 18 and had a two shot lead over Hurtado and a three shot advantage over Jayme Langford of James Madison University after the morning round. Hurtado's 74 was the lowest score turned in during the second 18-holes of competition and brought her into a tie for first.
University of Memphis junior Sandra Hellsvik and sophomore Marianne Ruud are tied for fourth with two round totals of 155, while U of M freshman Meaghan Francella is tied for tenth place at 158.
The final round is slated to tee off at 8 AM barring further delays caused by rain.