Tigers remain in 16th after the second round of the elite Golfweek Fall Invitational

Tigers remain in 16th after the second round of the elite Golfweek Fall Invitational

SANDESTIN, Fla. (Oct. 10, 2016)  Despite three players with better rounds and one Tiger that shot the same score, the Sewanee women's golf team remained in 16th place after day two of the Golfweek Fall Invitational, Monday, at the Baytowne Golf Club.

As a team, Sewanee fired a second-round 333, 10 strokes lower than the Tigers' first-round score of 343. Sewanee's 676 total is 58 shots behind leader Wittenberg, who had the low round of the day at 302.

Individually, Meghan Symonds leads the Tigers with a 162. After an opening-round 81, Symonds fired another 81 on Tuesday and is now tied for 30th. She sits 20 strokes behind Wittenberg's Jane Hopkins-Wood, who fired a two-under 70, Monday. Hopkins-Wood now leads the tournament by three strokes.

Sophomore Natalie Javadi is now tied for 65th despite shooting an 84. Javadi improved by two strokes while Sarah Battye improved by 10 strokes for an 81 on Monday. Battye is tied for 70th with a two-day 172.

Finally, Sophia Morrill is tied for 80th after improving on Monday with an 87 (176 total) while Mary Elizabeth Benton is tied for 83rd after her second-round 90. Benton is a stroke behind Morrill with a 177 total.

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