A-State Women's Golf remains eighth at LeTriomphe Invitational
From Arkansas State University
The Arkansas State women's golf team remained in eighth place at the LeTriomphe Invitational on Monday, shooting a second-round 316 at the LeTriomphe Golf and Country Club to push its two-day total to 627.
While three of A-State's six competing golfers improved their individual standing, the Red Wolves second-round team score was five strokes over their total posted yesterday. At the same time, just three teams among the 18 participating improved their score over the first round as Arkansas State didn't move in the standings.
Despite falling six places in the individual standings, junior Megan Garland still leads A-State with a combined 152 that puts her in a tie for 11th place. Garland carded a second-round 79 after recording a 73 for the opening 18 holes. Still among the top-25 individual leaders for A-State, Maci Arrington is tied for 21st with a 154. Arrington recorded a 79 after shooting a first-round 75.
Abi Laker made the biggest jump in the standings for the Red Wolves, climbing from tied for 54th place to tied for 38th after turning in a 78. One day after recording an 83, Marie Couffignal shot an 80 to improve from tied for 67th place to tied for 53rd. Courtney Manning posted an 85 to run her two-day score to 167, which puts her in a tie for 68th place.
Also competing for Arkansas State, Clara Tefteller cut six strokes off her first-round score with an 82 to move her from tied for 84th place to tied for 78th.
The tournament's third and final round is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Tuesday.