The Georgia women’s golf team posted a 308 in the second round of the Schooner Fall Classic at Belmar Golf Club on Sunday. The 17th-ranked Bulldogs are in 15th place entering today’s final round.
“I think we’re pressing,” Georgia coach Josh Brewer said in a news release. “We haven’t had a really good finish in the first two events of the fall. We’ve had a lot of situations where we’re 40 yards away from the green and miss the green completely. I know from our practices that we rarely make errors like that. We’re trying to make birdies. We need to simply a bit and accept what happens. Tomorrow, we get a chance to do just that. Hopefully, we’ll gain a little momentum for the rest of the fall and into the rest of the season.”
A 75 from freshman Sammi Lee was Georgia’s low loop of the day. The Bulldogs also counted a 77 by Harang Lee and a pair of 78s by Manuela Carbajo Ré and Mary Ellen Shuman and dropped Rocio Sanchez Lobato’s 79.
With 18 holes remaining, Carbajo Ré is tied for 39th at 153, Harang Lee is tied for 43rd at 154, Sammi Lee is tied for 53rd at 156, Sanchez Lobato is tied for 56th at 157 and Shuman is tied for 68th at 161.
LSU leads the team field at 586, two strokes better than No. 9 Arizona State. The individual leader is LSU’s Caroline Nistrup at 2-under 138, two shots ahead of both Jayde Panos of Oklahoma State and Madelene Sagstrom of LSU.