The University of Mobile leads Spring Hill College by eight strokes after round one of the 2009 Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (GCAC) Women's Golf Tournament at the Azalea City Golf Course.
The Lady Rams feature the top two golfers after day one, but the Lady Badgers got better scores from the bottom two golfers to stay within striking range. Spring Hill carded a 56-over par 344, while the Lady Rams shot a +48 336.
Mobile's Erika Lundberg paced the field on day one with a 3-over 75, while teammate and two-time NAIA All-American Maegan Rice shot 6-over 78. Abby Harris finished at 86, Taylor Lee shot a 97, Mandy Eads shot a 111, and Cory Byrd carded a 112.
Spring Hill was led by a pair of +11 scores from Meredith Haro and Victoria Gonzalez. Shea Bowers fired a 14-over 86 and Annmarie Coan shot a 92. Anna Beykirch finished at 102, Jasmine Bowers shot a 92 and Kara Broderick finished with a 104 to round out Spring Hill's performers.
The final round will begin at 1:15 p.m. on Thursday at Azalea City Golf Course.
Courtesy University of Mobile Sports Information Department.