POOLER, Ga. - The Armstrong State University women's golf team carded rounds of 296 and 314 to sit in sixth place after Monday's first day of action at the 2017 Armstrong Pirate Women's Invitational at Savannah Quarters Country Club in Pooler, Ga.
Dallas Baptist (587) holds an 11-stroke lead over Florida Tech (598) after Monday's two rounds. Young Harris (604), West Florida (605) and Saint Leo (609) round out the top five schools, with the Pirates sitting at 610, just one stroke behind the Lions.
Individually, Dallas Baptist's Addison Mitchell carded rounds of 74 and 68 to hold a two-stroke lead with her two-under-par 142 total. Teammate Sarah Kim is even par after rounds of 78 and 66 for a 144 total.
The host Pirates are led by junior Sophie Bargeron, who carded rounds of 71 and 77 to sit tied for fifth individually with a four-over-par 148 total. Freshman Eva Martinez Calavia is tied for 12th after rounds of 74 and 76 for a 150 total, while junior Nikita Arjun is tied for 15th with rounds of 73 and 78 for a 151 total. Sophomore Bailey Buie is tied for 53rd with a 165 total after shooting 78 and 87 on Monday, while senior Molly Molyneaux rounded out the team scoring for Armstrong State with rounds of 89 and 83 for a 172 total, tying for 62nd.
Three other Pirates are playing as individuals: sophomore Jaycee Bunner is tied for 39th after shooting rounds of 75 and 85 for a 160 total; junior Nathalia Baigorria is tied for 41st after rounds of 86 and 75 for a 161 total; freshman Megan Sabol is tied for 44th with rounds of 84 and 78 for a 162 total.
Play concludes at the 2017 Armstrong Pirate Women's Invitational on Tuesday with a single round of 18 holes, starting with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. Click for round three tee times.