Lady Cougars First at Home Tournament After Day One
COLUMBUS STATE SPORTS INFORMATION – The Columbus State University women's golf team sits in first place after day one of the Lady Cougar Invitational. The two-day tournament is being hosted by CSU at the Country Club of Columbus.
CSU turned in a score of 316, one shot ahead of second place Dalton State. Carson Newman (319) and Lincoln Memorial (327) sit in third and fourth place with West Georgia (328) rounding out the top five.
Hannah Holland led the way for the Lady Cougars shooting a four-over 76 on Monday. The senior snagged three birdies in the opening round to put her in a tie for first place.
Selina Budde had the drop score for Columbus State after shooting an 87 putting her in 30th place.
Columbus State also had two individual players competing in the Lady Cougar Invitational. Senior Kayla Poff had a great round one shooting a six-over 78 to finish in a tie for fourth.Bailey Hochgertle is tied for 37th after posting a 95.
The tournament will conclude on Tuesday with a shotgun start at 10:30 a.m.