JUPITER, Fla. – Florida Gulf Coast College girls’s golf closed day one of many Jupiter Invitational Monday in third place.
“We performed stable many of the day,” head coach Shannon Skyora mentioned. “We simply have to complete a bit higher.”
Event host Florida Atlantic leads the eight-team discipline at 11-over-par by way of the primary two rounds of play. FGCU trails second-place Western Carolina (+13) by 5 strokes. The Eagles opened with a 285 and completed the day with a 293 crew rating in spherical two.
FGCU has produced a tournament-leading 125 made pars, however trails the sector in made birdies.
Lousiane Gauthier leads all Eagles in Jupiter, at present inserting fourth at two-over. Gauthier turned in an opening-round 70 and entered the clubhouse with a 72. She trails the match chief, FAU’s Clemence Cadeac, by six pictures heading into Wednesday’s last spherical.
A pair of Eagles reside throughout the prime 15 on the participant leaderboard. Amelie Alcantara (+4) is tied for tenth, whereas Posie Farrelly (+6) is tied for 14th. Alcantara carded back-to-back rounds of 72, and Farrelly recorded a team-low spherical of 69.
Leonie Wulfers improved by one stroke in her round-two effort to slip into 18th.
The third and last spherical of the two-day occasion is about for Tuesday.