HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (10/23/23) – Totaling 7-under 281, the Arkansas State women’s golf team tied the program record low round and stands fourth among 17 teams after 36 holes of the Diamante Intercollegiate.
A-State is 5-under 571 (290-281) through 36 holes, the second-lowest 36-hole total in program history. Boston College leads the field at 21-under with California Baptist (-14) and Central Arkansas (-8) rounding out the top three. Memphis (-4) is fifth with host Little Rock (-2) sixth.
Freshman Ashley Kim had the low round of the day for A-State with a 5-under 67 Tuesday, tied for the third-lowest round in program history. Kim is tied for 12th individually at 3-under 141 (74-67) with Olivia Coit tied for 23rd at 1-under 143 (73-70). Playing as an individual, Elise Schultz has totaled 6-under 138 (66-72) to stand fifth, three strokes back of Canice Screene of Boston College for the individual lead. Anne-Lea Lavoie was even-par Tuesday, highlighted by an ace on the par-3 12th, to join Coit in a tie for 23rd overall. Morgan Beaulieu is tied for 33rd (+1), Charlotte Menager is tied for 62nd (+5) and Shannon Berry is 93rd (+16).
The final round Tuesday at Diamante Country Club. Live scoring is available on Golfstat.com.
4 Arkansas State 290-281=571 (-5)
5 Elise Schultz 66-72=138 (-6)
T12 Ashley Kim 74-67=141 (-3)
T23 Olivia Coit 73-70=143 (-1)
T23 Anne-Lea Lavoie 71-72=143 (-1)
T33 Morgan Beaulieu 72-73=145 (+1)
T62 Charlotte Menager 77-72=149 (+5)
93 Shannon Berry 73-87=160 (+16)
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Red Wolves Tie Program Record Low Round on Second Day of Diamante Intercollegiate. Article may or may not reflect the views of KLEK 102.5 FM or The Voice of Arkansas Minority Advocacy Council