Women's Golf makes the cut to play the final two days
Wednesday, May 24, 2023
Women's Golf makes the cut to play the final two days

SILVIS, Ill.--Cumberland women’s golf makes the cut for the second-straight year taking the final spot, tying for 17th, to move on and play the final two days of the Women’s Golf National Championships at TPC Deere Run. 

Cumberland shot a 44-over as a team today with a 328, seven strokes worse than yesterday, for a 36-hole total of 649. The Phoenix did just enough to stay in contention and continue on. This is the fourth time in program history Cumberland has made the cut. 

Keiser has claimed the top spot after shooting a 307 in round two. British Columbia shot a 293 yesterday, but sputtered today with a 312 to allow the Seahawks to take the lead and hold a one stroke lead. 

Oklahoma City is in third and WIlliam Carey follows the Stars in fourth. Rocky Mountain rounds out the Top 5 in fifth. 

Emma Hermansson remains as the top Phoenix after day two. Hermansson shot an 81 in the second round with just six pars on the round. She started the day going birdie-birdie on No. 1 and No. 2 before posting four bogeys the remainder of the front-nine. On the back-nine, she carded a birdie on No. 16, but had two bogeys, two doubles, and a triple. She now has a 158 total through 36 holes and is tied for 48th.

Jasmine Sachdev is tied for 80th after posting an 83 in round two for 163 in two rounds. Sachdev carded two birdies on No. 7 and No. 14, but posted three bogeys on both the front and the back with also four doubles.

Anna Krieger posted the best score for Cumberland on the day with an nine-over 80. Krieger is one-stroke behind Sachdev through 36-holes at 164 strokes to be tied for 90th. She picked up a birdie on No. 7, but had eight bogeys on the round with one double bogey.

Nathalie Nutu had the final score Cumberland took on day two with an 84. Nutu carded the most pars in round two for Cumberland with nine, but had six bogeys, two doubles, and a triple bogey. Nutu is tied for 95th place.

Ida Furuheim posted an 88 in round two. Furuheim had eight pars, but had six bogeys with two doubles, a triple, and a quad. She is tied for 115th. 

Cumberland will tee off tomorrow on the back-nine starting at 10:09 a.m. with South Carolina Beaufort and Truett McConnell.