Nutu two strokes behind leader; Phoenix in tie for third
Monday, April 19, 2021
Nutu two strokes behind leader; Phoenix in tie for third
Nathalie Nutu is in a tie for third place after day one of the Mid-South Conference Spring Invitational. (Credit: Bob Tamboli)

CROSSVILLE, Tenn. - Cumberland women’s golf sits in a tie for third place after the first round of the Mid-South Conference Spring Classic at Cumberland Bear Trace on Monday.

University of the Cumberlands (Ky.) leads after shooting a 303 in the first round. Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) sits in second place, nine strokes behind the Patriots. Cumberland and Campbellsville (Ky.) are tied for third after both carding a 322 in the first 18-holes.

Georgetown (Ky.) is in fifth place after shooting a 343 and Pikeville (Ky.) trails the Tigers by one stroke in sixth place.

Thomas More (Ky.), Bethel (Tenn.), and Shawnee State (Ohio) are in seventh, eighth, and ninth place, respectively.

Nathalie Nutu led the Phoenix in a tie for second place individually after carding a two-over 74.

Raquel Romero Valverde is in 13th place after shooting an 80 and Pilar Scenna is in a tie for 14th with an 82 in the first round.

Emma Hermansson carded an 86 in her first round and Ida Furuheim is in a tie for 48th.

The Mid-South Conference Spring Invitational determines the Mid-South Conference Regular Season Championship along with the combined score from the Fall tournament. Cumberland finished in second place at the fall event.

The Phoenix will tee off tomorrow morning to finish the tournament.



1. University of the Cumberlands - 303

2. Lindsey Wilson College - 312

t3. Cumberland Univ. - 322

t3. Campbellsville University- 322

5. Georgetown College - 343

6. University of Pikeville- 344

7. Thomas More Univ. - 352

8. Bethel Univ. - 396

9. Shawnee State Univ. - 405



t2. Nathalie Nutu- 74 (+2)

13. Raquel Romero Valverde- 80 (+8)

t14. Pilar Scenna- 82 (+10)

t22. Emma Hermansson- 86 (+14)

T48. Ida Furuheim- 108 (+36)