Women's Golf Tied For Fifth After First Round Of G-MAC Championships

Women's Golf Tied For Fifth After First Round Of G-MAC Championships

(LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, Ohio) – With poor weather conditions raising scores across the board, the Walsh women's golf team currently sits in a tie for fifth place after the first round of the G-MAC Championships. The Cavaliers carded a 352 at the Four Bridges Country Club.

The event was originally scheduled for 54 holes with 27 being played each day, but precipitation has shortened it to 36 with 18 played each day.

Findlay leads the field after one round with a 318. Trevecca Nazarene is in second place 13 strokes back with a 331. Ohio Dominican is a stroke behind the Torjans for third. Alderson Broaddus is fourth at 349, while Malone is tied with the Cavaliers to complete the top five standings.

Michele Vlacovsky shot an 82 on the day to lead the Cavaliers. She's currently tied for 10th in the individual standings along with Trevecca's Lexie Shaw.

Kerra Loomis turned in an 88 for the Maroon and Gold while Danica Steiner followed one stroke back. Lexus Roshong completed the team score with a 93. Amanda Scala is playing as an individual and scored a 97.

The championships will conclude tomorrow.