UNCP Finishes 12th At Kiawah Island Intercollegiate
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – Shauna Walor, Christina Crovetti and Jenn Crow each improved their round one scores by an average of five strokes to help the UNCP women's golf team to a round two total of 335 and a 12th place finish at the Tusculum-hosted Kiawah Island Intercollegiate on Sunday afternoon at Cougar Point Golf Club.
Crow, a freshman from Havelock, improved nine strokes from her day one card of 92, while Walor bested her Saturday total by five strokes. Crovetti (85-84) and Walor (87-82) each finished in a tie for 48th with their two-day totals of 169, while Alexa Mooney showed consistency in posting cards of 86 in both rounds to finish 53rd. Crow (92-83) completed the tournament in 59th place, while Abby Shipley (90-93/183) finished 74th.
Dayton State, who was making its Kiawah Intercollegiate debut, carded a final round 296 to finish with a two-day tally of 602 and win by six shots over Rollins, as the Tars finished with 608. Two-time defending Kiawah champion Florida Southern finished third with 609, including a Sunday-best 295.
Belmont Abbey finished fourth with 616, led by tournament medalist Melissa Siviter, who edged Daytona State's Mitsuki Katahira, in a scorecard playoff as both finished with a one-over par 145 during the weekend. Siviter's birdie on the fifth-hole proved to be the deciding score in the playoff.
The Braves will return to action, Feb. 15-16, when they head to Mossy Creek Golf Club in Hilton Head, S.C., for the Newberry Invitational.