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.