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Women’s golf slides to 15th

BY DI SPORTS STAFF | OCTOBER 06, 2009 7:20 AM

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After the first round of play in the Johnnie Imes Invitational in Columbia, Mo., the Iowa women’s golf team finished tied for 13th place out of 18 teams.

The Hawkeyes shot an overall score of 320 in the first round, trailing first-place Tulsa by 19 strokes.

Two underclassmen led Iowa during the first round of play — sophomore Chelsea Harris and freshman Kristi Cardwell both shot 77s (5 over).

Junior Brianna Coopman carded an 82, and fellow junior Laura Cilek and freshman Gigi DiGrazia shot 84s.

The second round of play was suspended because of darkness at 6:50 p.m. Coopman was the only Hawkeye to finish her round; the rest of the team was stopped after completing the 17th hole.

Cardwell again led Iowa in the second round, posting a 1 over. The freshman is tied for eighth overall in individual play.

Cilek was 5 over when play was stopped, and Harris was 9 over. Coopman finished at 10 over, and DiGrazia had the same score.

Iowa is tied for 15th place. Play will resume today at 8 a.m., with the completion of the second round, then the final 18 holes.

— by J.T. Bugos


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