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Oct. 11, 2013


The South Carolina women’s golf team shot an 11-over 299 on Friday at the UNC Finley Golf course to finish in a tie for 13th place after round one of the Tar Heel Invitational hosted by the University of North Carolina.

Vanderbilt is currently in first place after shooting a 3-under 285. Duke and Auburn round out the top three with scores of 286 (-2) and 291 (+3), respectively.

Junior Justine Dreher carded the low round for the Gamecocks turning in a 2-under 70 and ended the day in a tie for fifth. Dreher bogeyed on the No. 10 hole to open the round and then tallied 3 birdies on the front side.

Sophomores Mary Fran Hillow and Sarah Schmelzel finished the day in a tie for 42nd after turning in rounds of 75 (+3). Hillow recorded a double bogey, a bogey and a birdie while Schmelzel recorded a double bogey, two bogeys and a birdie.

Senior Suzie Lee, who competed as an individual, concluded the first round in a tie for 55th after shooting a 4-over 76. Lee registered two double bogeys and a birdie on the day.

Freshman Katelyn Dambaugh finished next on the leaderboard in a tie for 79th. Dambaugh shot a 7-over 79 and tallied two double bogeys, four bogeys and two birdies.

Senior Samantha Swinehart carded an 80 (+8) in round one to finish the day in a tie for 84th. Swinehart recorded two double bogeys, two bogeys and two birdies.

Vanderbilt’s Antonia Scherer finished the day at the top of the individual leaderboard carding a 5-under 67. Clemson’s Ashlan Ramsey is currently in second place after shooting a 68 (-4). Duke’s Leatitia Beck and Mississippi’s Alison Hovatter are tied for third with a score of 69 (-3).

Second round play is scheduled to being at 8:51 a.m. Live scoring is available Here.

South Carolina Results

Justine Dreher 70 (-2)

Mary Fran Hillow 75(+3)

Sarah Schmelzel 75 (+3)

Katelyn Dambaugh 79 (+7)

Samantha Swinehart 80 (+8)

Suzie Lee* 76 (+4)

*Competed as an individual

Team Standings

1. Vanderbilt 285 (-3)

2. Duke 286 (-2)

3. Auburn 291 (+3)

T4. Mississippi 292 (+4)

T4. Oklahoma 292 (+4)

6. NC State 293 (+5)

7. LSU 295 (+7)

8. Arkansas 296 (+8)

T9. Clemson 297 (+9)

T9. Wake Forest 297 (+9)

T9. UNC 297 (+9)

12. Florida 298 (+10)

T13. South Carolina 299 (+11)

T13. Alabama 299 (+11)

15. Michigan State 300 (+12)

16. Virginia 301 (+13)

17. Baylor 304 (+16)

18. Notre Dame 305 (+17)