NCAA Golf News

Boyd Tied For Second After First Round In Kaua’i

Boyd Tied For Second After First Round In Kaua'i

Related Links

Story Links

LIHUE, Hawai’i – Led by senior Camille Boyd’s 5-under 67, the Washington women’s golf team finished opening-round play at the Dr. Donnis Thompson Invitational in fourth place.
The Huskies recorded a team score of 3-under 285 at the Ocean Course at Hokuala. The tournament continues with the second round on Tuesday and the third round Wednesday.
Boyd, who tied for the win at the Huskies’ most recent tournament, turned in a scorecard with five birdies and no bogies. She finished the day in a three-way tie for second, just one stroke behind the leader.
“I’m happy for Camille, as she was bogey-free today,” said head coach Mary Lou Mulflur. “We got off to a rough start but seemed to rally a bit towards the end. We just need to clean up some basic things and we will be right there.”
Two UW women finished the round with even-par 72s, tying them both for 26th place. Stefanie Deng’s round featured three birdies and three bogies, while freshman Mads Smith carded five birdies in her round.
Jamie Hsieh wrapped up her day with a 2-over 74, while Carmen Lim, who got off to a hot start and held the lead at one point in the early-going, carded a 4-over 76.
Three other Huskies are playing as individuals. Jenny Chang carded a 1-over 73, tying her for 38th after 18 holes, while Kennedy Knox was one stroke back of that, with a 2-over 74. Adithi Anand finished round one at 4-over.


Click Here to Read the Full Original Article at University of Washington Athletics…