Women's Golf 12th After Second Day At NCAA South Super Regional

Women's Golf 12th After Second Day At NCAA South Super Regional

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The Armstrong State University women's golf team slipped one spot to 12th after the second day of the 2017 NCAA Division II Women's Golf South Super Regional at The Member Club at Woodcreek on Tuesday.

The Pirates shot a second-round 324 for a two-day 650 total. Barry (612) continues to lead the field, with Saint Leo (616) in second and Nova Southeastern (619) in third. The top three teams from the South Super Regional advance on to the NCAA DII Women's Golf Championships. Lee (622) and Rollins (623) round out the top five teams after Tuesday's action.

Junior Sophie Bargeron birdied three of her last six holes to turn in a second-round 77 on Tuesday, tying for 33rd individually with a 159 total. Freshman Eva Martinez Calavia carded an 81 and is tied for 47th with a 162 total, while junior Nikita Arjun shot an 84 on Tuesday to sit tied for 56th with a 164 total. Sophomore Bailey Buie also shot an 84 on Tuesday and is in 61st place with a 167 total. Freshman Megan Sabol rounded out the Pirates' scoring with a second-round 82, tying for 62nd with a 168 total. 

The final round at the South Super Regional takes place on Wednesday with tee times beginning at 9:30 a.m. for the Pirates. You can follow live scoring of the regional via Golfstat here.