Lady Cougars Continue Hot Streak, in Fourth at McAmis Memorial
Greeneville, TN – The Columbus State University women's golf team continued their hot play of late shooting a 16-over par 304 Monday afternoon to finish round one of the Agnes McAmis Memorial Invitational in fourth place. The tournament is taking place at the Link Hills Country Club in Greeneville, Tennessee.
The 304 was the third lowest round shot by the Lady Cougars this season. Tusculum leads the event after shooting a three-over par 291 Monday. Lincoln Memorial (298), Lander (302), CSU and Carson-Newman (315) round out the top-five.
The Columbus State duo of Kimesha Anthony and Nikki Crowley were on-top of their games Monday as both players are currently within striking distance of the leader. Anthony fired an even par 72 to finish in a tie for fourth place while Crowley shot a one-over 73 good which is good enough for a tie for sixth.
Heather Altiser had a fine day on the links shooting a five-over par 77. She will begin play in a tie for 17th place tomorrow morning.
The final scorer for Columbus State was Jennifer Brueshaber. The junior shot a 10-over par 82 over the first 18 holes of the tournament. She is currently in a tie for 47th place.
Kristin Galek had CSU's drop score on Monday shooting a 12-over par 84.
Columbus State will conclude play in the Agnes McAmis Memorial Invitational tomorrow morning at 8:30 a.m.