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LWC Women's Golf in 4th place at Columbia College Fall Invite

Cristina Jimenez tied for fourth with 10-over par 82 in first round.

By Charles Balcom

BLYTHEWOOD, SC - The Lindsey Wilson women's golf team shot an opening round 350 to sit in fourth place after one day at the Columbia College Fall Invite. The Blue Raiders sit 24 strokes behind first place South Carolina-Beaufort in the seven-team tournament.

Cristina Jimenez led Lindsey Wilson with a 10-over par 82 in her opening round at the par-72, 5,981 yard Columbia Country Club Ridgewood/Lakeside course.

She sits seven strokes behind tournament leader Laura Kinsman of St. Andrews (NC).

Megan Kriz turned in a 13-over par 85 to sit tied for eighth place. Kayla Cordeiro shot an opening-round 90 and is tied for 22nd.

Amy Brown is in 29th place with a 93, followed closely by Shayna Cockrill in 31st with a 94.

South Carolina-Beaufort's 326 leads the way in the team standings, followed by St. Andrews with a 338 and Tennessee Wesleyan in third with a 340.

This story was posted on 2014-11-04 01:45:49
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