Mizzou Moves into Fourth on Day Two at FIU

MUTIGERS.COM Taylor Gohn maintains her lead at the FIU Pat Bradley Invitational.
Taylor Gohn maintains her lead at the FIU Pat Bradley Invitational.

Oct. 21, 2013

,b>Sarasota, Fla. - The Tigers continued play at the 36th Annual FIU Pat Bradley Invitational today, Oct. 21. As a team the Tigers moved into fourth place overall after a 4-over par second round score. The Tigers sit just 11-over par through two rounds. Daytona State College has taken the lead in the tournament, just seven strokes ahead of the Tigers, while Maryland (+8) and FIU (+9) round out the top three.

Senior Taylor Gohn held on to her lead in the tournament today, shooting a second round score just 1-over par. She is tied with Daytona State College's So Young Hwang after two rounds.

Michelle Butler and Katherine Hepler join Gohn in the top 20 overall after finishing the day 1-under par and at even par, respectively. After two rounds of play Butler is even, while Hepler sits just 3-over par.

Freshman Jess Meek and junior Alina Rogers round out the Tiger team competitors with total scores 13-over par and 14-over par. Senior Ariana Savich is competing as an individual in the tournament, and she sits just a few strokes behind Rogers after scoring 80-85--165 through two rounds of play.

The final round of the tournament will be played tomorrow, beginning with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. In addition to Mizzou, the field consists of 17 teams total, including Bethune-Cookman, Bradley, Cincinnati, Daytona State, Delaware, Drake, FIU, Florida Atlantic, Florida Gulf Coast, Jacksonville, Maryland, Memphis, North Texas, Southern Miss, Texas A&M Corpus Christi and Western Illinois.

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