Bulldogs erase deficit, win Union Spring Invite
Friday, April 22, 2011
Bulldogs erase deficit, win Union Spring Invite
Lindsey Taylor (above) and Allyson Agee carded second-round scores of 82, helping Cumberland erase a three-shot deficit and win the Union University Spring Invitational on Friday.

LEBANON, Tenn. -- Sophomore Allyson Agee and freshman Lindsey Taylor both carded second-round scores of 82, helping Cumberland erase a three-shot deficit and win the Union University Spring Invitational on Friday at Wingfoot Golf Club in Union City, Tenn. The Bulldogs had four players finish in the Top 10, holding off runner-up Bethel University by two shots.

Agee and Taylor both posted the second-lowest score of the day behind Trevecca Nazarene’s Ashley Scism, who fired a second-round 77 to win by seven shots over first-round leader Amelia Ray from Bethel.

Agee finished fifth overall with a two-round score of 170, making the All-Tournament Team. Taylor came back after a disappointing first round to finish 13th at 178.

Sophomore K.C. McGinley shot a second-round 85 and placed sixth (171), while freshman Kayla Smith carded an 88 and sophomore recorded an 89, both tying for seventh at 173.

Cumberland will next play in the TranSouth Championships on May 2-3 at Blytheville Country Club in Blytheville, Ark.

TEAM SCORES
1. Cumberland Univ. 343-337=680
2. Bethel Univ. 340-342=682
3. Trevecca Nazarene 352-336=688

INDIVIDUAL SCORES
5. Allyson Agee 88-82=170
6. K.C. McGinley 86-85=171
t7. Kayla Smith 85-88=173
t7. Sarah Beth Foote 84-89=173
13. Lindsey Taylor 96-82=178