BY: CSU Sports Information
HARTSVILLE, S.C. - After the opening 18 holes of the Coker College Spring Invitational, the Lady Cougars are in fifth place out of 14 teams. The tournament is being played at the Hartsville Country Club.
CSU turned in their team card with a score of 316, only twelve shots off the overall lead. Anderson (304) paced the pack shooting a 16-over while the host school Coker (309) is in second place. Just in front of Columbus State is Barton (310) and Young Harris (312) in third and fourth to round out the top five.
Hannah Holland had the top score on the day for the Lady Cougars shooting 5-over. Her round of 77 puts her into a tie for ninth place overall as she resides just five back of the lead.
EATONTON, Ga. - The Columbus State University men's golf team is in 12th place after the opening day of the Bobcat Invitational. The two-day tournament is being played at Cuscowilla on Lake Oconee.
Columbus State shot 6-over 286 in the opening round but then followed it up with a 298 in the second round to shoot a 584 overall. Lynn (557) and Florida Southern (559) are in first and second place as the only two schools under par. Top-ranked Barry (562) is in third with Lander (570) right behind them. USC Aiken (571) and Clayton State (571) are tied for fifth.
Jordan Doull carded the best score of the day for CSU shooting a 1-under 69 followed by a 75 in round two. The sophomore is looking for his fourth straight top-ten individual finish this spring. He is currently tied for 29th and five shots off the top ten.