Women's golf in 15th after first day at Red Rocks
Red Rocks Invitational (day one)
SEDONA, Ariz. -- The 2010 Northern Colorado women’s golf season is officially underway at the Red Rocks Invitational at Oak Creek Country Club. After one round, the Bears sit in 15th place out of 18 teams with a team score of 340 (+59).
With three players in the top six, Cal Poly sits on top of the leaderboard with a team score of 307 (+19). The Mustangs' Kristin Locke had the lowest individual score with a 75 (+3) and is tied with Northern Arizona University’s Aleah Kim for the individual lead.
Out of five Bear golfers, Chelsea Silvers had the lowest individual score and is tied for 35th with a first round score of 82 (+10). She is followed by Emily Dougherty, who is tied for 63rd place with 11 other golfers with a first-round score of 85 (+13).
Next for the Bears is reigning Big Sky champ Ali Nelson, just one shot behind her teammate Dougherty with a first round score of 86 (+14). Carleigh Silvers sits just one stroke behind Nelson with a score of 87 (+15). Rounding out the Bear golfers is Abby McNeley who sits in 91st place in the 105-person field with a first round score of 89 (+17).
The Bears sit only six strokes behind Montana State and are
eager to make up ground on the field tomorrow, when the final round
begins at 1 p.m.