By Nick Porter
PHOENIX, Md. — After one round of the two-day Goucher College Fall Invitational, and a thirty-minute fog delay in the morning, the Southern Virginia University women's golf team finds themselves just two strokes out of third place.
"With some tricky holes and greens, today's course will probably be the toughest course we play all year," head golf coach Blair Garner commented. "I expect us to play even better tomorrow now that we know the course. I'm proud of Brinley Pulsipher who kept the ball in play and fought hard today."
Pulsipher finished 11th and leads the Knights with a score of 101 (+28) on the par-73, 5825-yard Hillendale Country Club. One stroke behind her in 12th sits Bailey Rusick (+29). Bailey Pfunder and Caroline Pitcher, the other two scorers for the Knights, wrapped up the round with scores of 109 (+36) and 122 (+49) for a combined team score of 434 (+142).
Goucher College sits at 432 (+140) after one day. Capital Athletic Conference opponents York College of Pennsylvania and the University of Mary Washington sit at 383 (+93) and 404 (+112) after the first day of competition.