Tigers Open Play at Onion Creek

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Nov. 2, 2009


AUSTIN, Texas - The Mizzou women's golf team will have some work to do on day two of the Challenge at Onion Creek in Austin, Texas. The Tigers stand in 21st place as round two was suspended on Monday due to darkness. The Tigers shot a 313 in the first round and all five of the MU golfers have between two and four holes to play in the second round, which will conclude on Tuesday morning.

Sophomore Hannah Lovelock carded an opening round of 73 to lead the Tigers. Junior Nicola Race turned in a 79, while senior Michelle Morgan shot 80, sophomore Jacque Bardgett turned in an 81 and freshman Ahnna Kim carded an 86.

Play was suspended at 6:05 p.m. on Monday due to darkness. The second round will resume on Tuesday at 7:30 a.m., with round three to follow.

Missouri senior Julia Potter is not participating in this week's tournament in Austin, as she is instead playing in the Duramed Futures Tour 2010 Qualifying Tournament. On day one of that tournament, Potter shot a three-over-par 75. Former Tiger Chelsea Schriewer is also playing in the qualifying tournament and carded an even-par 72 on Monday. The tournament will consist of four rounds played on four different golf courses. The field will then be reduced for a fifth round. Exempt and non-exempt status will be determined following the LPGA Qualifying Tournament in December.



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