No. 30 Sewanee is current third, three strokes behind leaders No. 27 Oglethorpe and No. 12 Berry

No. 30 Sewanee is current third, three strokes behind leaders No. 27 Oglethorpe and No. 12 Berry

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (April 22, 2017) – Despite dropping to third place, the No. 30 Sewanee women's golf team is still in a great position after the second round of the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Women's Golf Championships.

The Tigers are currently third with a 653 total. Sewanee is only three strokes off the pace set by co-leaders No. 27 Oglethorpe and No. 12 Berry. The scoreboard is close with the top-four teams separated by only seven strokes.

Individually, No. 5 ranked Sydney Weaver of Berry leads the field with a two-round 152. Nine players are within nine strokes of the lead. That includes Sewanee's top two student-athletes in Sarah Battye and No. 49 ranked Meghan Symonds.

Symonds in currently tied for third with a 155 total while Battye is tied for ninth after her two-stroke improvement on Saturday. Battye has a seven-over par 162 total.

Sophia Morrill is currently tied for 14th with a 167 total. Mary Elizabeth Benton is currently tied for 21st with a 174 total. Benton had the best improvement for the Tigers in round two with a four-stroke difference.

Finally, Natalie Javadi is tied for 25th with a 36-hole 175.

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