Women's Golf Slips To Seventh At Peach Belt Conference Championships

Women's Golf Slips To Seventh At Peach Belt Conference Championships

SAVANNAH, Ga. - The Armstrong State University women's golf team shot a second-round 323 to slip two spots to seventh place after Saturday's action at the 2017 Peach Belt Conference Championships at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fla.

The Pirates' two-day total of 645 is seventh out of the seven teams competing, but just five strokes out of fourth place. Host Flagler (599) leads the field by two strokes over Montevallo (601), with UNC Pembroke (626) in third. Young Harris and North Georgia are each tied for fourth at 640.

Junior Nikita Arjun carded a second-round 77 to sit in ninth place with a 152 total, while freshman Eva Martinez Calavia shot a 79 to sit tied for 14th with a 157 total. Junior Sophie Bargeron carded an 80 on Saturday and is tied for 24th with a 164 total. Sophomore Bailey Buie (34th, 172) and senior Molly Molyneaux (35th, 173) both shot rounds of 87 on Saturday.

Play concludes at the 2017 Peach Belt Conference Championships with a single round of 18 holes on Sunday.