BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—After one round of play at the 'Southern Shootout, hosted by the Birmingham-Southern women's golf team at Highland Park Golf Club in Birmingham, No. 9 (NAIA) Lee University leads with a team score of 292, and Sewanee's Emily Javadi leads all individuals after shooting 68 today.
No. 3 Washington-St. Louis stands at second with a score of 300, and No. 13 (NAIA) Cumberlands is third with 302. No. 2 Centre is in fourth with 303, No. 1 Methodist is fifth with 304, and No. 9 Birmingham-Southern is sixth with 307.
Piedmont's Katarina Hodge and Lee's Courtney Shelton are tied for second in the individuals after shooting 71 today, followed by Methodist's Kelsie Carralero, Centre's Allison Hancock, and Lee's Bernadette Little tied for fourth with 72.
For host Birmingham-Southern, freshman Sarah Dolmovich is tied for 11th with 74, junior Kaleigh Toole is 23rd with 76, sophomore Jesse Lawley is 33rd with 77, junior Ellen Chun is 54th with 80, and junior Rachele Struthers is 92nd in the field of 124 golfers with 87.
Play continues tomorrow with a 9 a.m. shotgun start of the final round.