Pirates Tied For Fifth After First Round Of PBC Women's Golf Championships

Pirates Tied For Fifth After First Round Of PBC Women's Golf Championships

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - The Armstrong State University women's golf team fired a first-round 322 to sit tied for fifth place after the first day of the 2017 Peach Belt Conference Championships on Friday in St. Augustine, Fla.

The Pirates are tied with Young Harris, while Montevallo (299) leads the field by just one stroke over host Flagler (300), with North Georgia (306) in third and UNC Pembroke (311) in fourth.

Junior Nikita Arjun led the Pirates individually on day one, carding a 75 to sit tied for sixth place. Freshman Eva Martinez Calavia is tied for 16th after a first-round 78, while junior Sophie Bargeron is tied for 29th after a first-round 84. Sophomore Bailey Buie is tied for 31st with an 85, while senior Molly Molyneaux is tied for 33rd with an 86.

Play continues on Saturday with a single round of 18 holes at the PBC Championships. The tourament concludes on Sunday with a single round of 18 holes. The Pirates are the defending PBC Tournament champions.