Women's Golf 11th After First Round Of NCAA South Super Regional

Women's Golf 11th After First Round Of NCAA South Super Regional

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The Armstrong State University women's golf team shot a first-round 326 to sit in 11th place after Monday's action in the 2017 NCAA Division II South Super Regional at The Members Club at Woodcreek in Columbia, S.C.

Barry (308) leads the 12-team regional field by one stroke over Saint Leo (309), with West Georgia (311) in third, followed by Montevallo (313). Florida Tech and Rollins round out the top five schools as each team shot a 316, tying for fifth.

Junior Nikita Arjun leads the Pirates individually, tying for 27th with a first-round 80. Freshman Eva Martinez Calavia shot an 81 and is tied for 39th, while junior Sophie Bargeron carded an 82 on Monday to tie for 44th. Sophomore Bailey Buie shot an 83 and is tied for 50th, while freshman Megan Sabol shot an 86, tying for 63rd.

Play continues at the 2017 NCAA Division II South Super Regional with a single round of 18 holes on Tuesday. You can follow live scoring of the regional via Golfstat here