BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Cumberland women's golf sits in fourth place after Wednesday afternoon first round of the three-round Mid-South Conference Championship Tournament at the Bowling Green Country Club.
The University of the Cumberlands shot an 23-over par 311 in the opening round. Campbellsville (Ky.) is three shots behind the Patriots with a 314. Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) sits in third with a 316 while the Phoenix are in fourth after shooting a 323.
Pikeville sits in fifth with a 333, Georgetown (Ky.) is sixth with a 344 and Thomas More (Ky.) is seventh with a 366. Shawnee State (Ohio) and Bethel (Tenn.) round out the team standings with a 397 and 407, respectively.
Pilar Scenna shot a 77 carding one birdie, two bogeys and two double bogeys. Scenna started on hole No. 1 as the field had a shotgun start to open the first round action.
Senior Raquel Romero Valverde is in a tie for eighth place after 18 holes with a 78. Valverde started on hole No. 1 as well and carded a 39 on the front and back nine.
Freshman Nathalie Nutu is tied for tenth place after a 79. Nutu started action in hole No. 2 and shot two-over on the front, but a five-over on the back-nine.
Emma Hermansson is tied for 26th after an 89 in the first round and Ida Furuheim shot a 97.
Campbellsville's Gracie Parrott leads after 18 holes shooting a 3-under par 69. Pikeville's Boo Newsome is one shot behind with a 70.
The Phoenix will be back on the course tomorrow teeing off with Georgetown and Pikeville starting at 11:20 a.m. central time.