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Women's Golf Remains In 13th At alamo Invitational
Release: October 29, 2012
By: Curtis Snyder, Associate SID
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SAN ANTONIO, Texas—Junior Jenny Coleman shot an even par 72 and the University of Colorado women’s golf team remained in 13th place here at the Briggs Ranch Golf Course after the second round of the 2012 Alamo Invitational. The Buffs shot a second-round 21-over par 309 and are 36-over 612 through two rounds.  

Oklahoma extended its lead over the field after shooting a 4-under par 284 and now sits at 13th-under par 563 through 36 holes. Texas A&M shot a 6-under par 282 and is 5-under par 571 in second place. Host Texas-San Antonio is 3-under par 573 and in third place after a second round 5-under 283. SMU is in fourth place at 2-over par 578 after a 4-over par 292 while Tulane (8-over par 296) and Baylor (4-over par 292) are both tied for fifth at 7-over par 583.

Coleman shot an even par after spending most of her round under par and through 36 holes she is 4-over par 148 and tied for 32nd. She went 2-under par quickly with two birdies and two pars in the first four holes of her round. She remained at 2-under making the turn after a bogey on No. 17 and birdie on No. 18 before seven straight pars on the course’s front nine. Unfortunately, she closed out the round with two bogeys which brought her back to even par.

Junior Kristin Coleman shot a 4-over par 76 with five bogeys and a birdie and is tied for 49th at 9-over par 153. She had three bogeys on her front nine, the back nine of the course, and then had two bogeys and a birdie on her back nine. It marked her third best round of the season.

Freshman Megan Haase rebounded from a tough first round and shot a 6-over par 78, shooting a 3-over par 39 on both the front and back nine of the course and she is currently tied for 68th place at 14-over par 158. She was one over par through eight holes with seven pars and one bogey before a double bogey to make the turn. On her back nine, she had four bogeys and a birdie.

After shooting even par in the first round, freshman Alexis Keating shot an 11-over par 83 and her 11-over par 153 puts her in a tie for 59th. She opened her round with a double bogey and was 6-over par through the first seven holes and was 7-over on her front nine before settling down on her back nine with a 4-over par score on two bogeys and a double bogey with six pars.

Senior Devin Dougherty shot a second round 13-over par 85 and at 19-over par 163 she is in 75th place. After a rough start that saw her 3-over par after the first two holes, she birdied the third hole of her round and was 5-over par on her front nine with three pars and three bogeys before making the turn. On her back nine she was nine over with six bogeys and a double bogey.

Texas A&M’s Sarah Beth Davis shot a 4-under par 68 and holds a two shot lead over the field entering the final round at 7-under par 137, ahead of a three-way tie for second place at 5-under par 139 between Louisville’s Emily Haas (3-under par 69), Oklahoma’s Taylor Schmidt (71) and East Carolina’s Nico Engstroem Skaug (67). Baylor’s Hayley Davis (73) and Tulane’s Maribel Lopez Porras (72) are tied for fith at 4-under par 140.

The Buffs will tee off in a shotgun start in the final round of the fall season Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. MT. The Buffs will then have about three-and-a-half months off before the spring season starts at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge in Palos Verdes Estates, Calif. Feb. 11-13.

BUFFALOES INDIVIDUALS

t-32.

Jenny Coleman

76-72—148

t-49.

Kristin Coleman

77-76—153

t-59.

Alexis Keating

72-83—155

t-68.

Megan Haase

80-78—158

75.

Devin Dougherty

78-85—163

 

TOP 5 INDIVIDUALS

1.

Sarah Beth Davis, TAMU

69-68—137

t-2.

Emily Haas, Louisville

70-69—139

t-2.

Taylor Schmidt, Oklahoma

68-71—139

t-2.

N.E. Skaug, E. Carolina

72-67—139

t-5.

Hayley Davis, Baylor

67-73—140

t-5.

M. Lopez Porras, Tulane

68-72—140

 

TEAM STANDINGS

1.

Oklahoma

279-284—563

2.

Texas A&M

289-282—571

3.

UTSA

290-283—573

4.

SMU

286-292—578

t-5.

Tulane

287-296—583

t-5.

Baylor

291-292—583

7.

East Carolina

294-292—586

8.

LSU

291-297—588

9.

Louisville

301-290—591

10.

Kentucky

292-301—593

11.

Texas State

300-298—598

12.

Tennessee

292-308—600

13.

Colorado

303-309—612

14.

Nebraska

308-314—622

15.

North Texas

311-313—624

 
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