Columbus State Women's Golf in Fourth Place Tie in Savannah
Pooler, GA – The Columbus State University women's golf team shot a first round score of 330 to end the first day of the Armstrong Pirate Women's Invitational in a tie for fourth place. The event is being held in Pooler, GA at the Savannah Quarters Country Club.
UNC Pembroke holds the lead after 18 holes shooting a 318. Flagler (326), Armstrong Atlantic State University (327), CSU, Central Oklahoma (330) and Lander (330) are all in contention for the title.
Junior Kristin Galek led the Lady Cougars on Monday. Galek shot a six-over par 78 to pace CSU and will begin Tuesday morning in a tie for sixth place just three shots behind the tournament leader, Kristen Sammarco of Armstrong.
Coming off her title at the Lady Cougar Collegiate Classic last week, Nikki Crowley shot a first round score of eight-over par 80 for Columbus State. She shot a 40 on both the front and back nine to finish the day in a tie for eighth place.
Kimesha Anthony struggled a bit in the first 18 holes. Antony was 13-over par shooting an 85.
The final round of the Armstrong Pirate Women's Invitational will get underway tomorrow morning at 8:30 p.m.