Chippewas Make 11-Shot Improvement

CMU junior Kristen Wolfe made a 10-shot improvement from round 1 to round 2 at the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate, hosted by Georgia State.
March 27, 2017

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Andy Sneddon,

STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. - Kristen Wolfe shot 80 to lead the Central Michigan women's golf team on Monday in the second round of the Georgia State John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate at Eagle's Landing Country Club.

The Chippewas shot a 327 team total, an improvement of 11 shots over their first-round 338. The 54-hole tournament concludes with the final 18-hole round on Tuesday.

CMU stands in 15th place in the 15-team field with a 665 team total. They trail Louisiana-Monroe and South Alabama, which are tied for 13th at 632.

Wolfe's 80 was a 10-shot improvement over the total she posted in Sunday's opening round. Just one player, Amanda Floberg of Western Carolina, made a larger improvement, from round one to round two. Floberg shot 78 on Monday after an opening-round 89.

Also for CMU on Monday, Natalie Johnson shot 81, Holly Hines and Bria Colosky both shot 83, and Danielle Sawyer shot 85.

CMU's Katie Logan, playing as an individual, shot 79, the lowest score of the tournament by a Chippewa.

Eastern Kentucky shot 296 on Monday to move into first place with a 590 team total, one shot ahead of Kansas State. Murray State (595) is third.

Elsa Moberly of Eastern Kentucky shot a 1-under 71 to maintain her spot atop the individual leaderboard. Moberly is at 5-under 139, four shots ahead of Nadia Majidizadeh of Tulsa.

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