NCAA golf: Crowded at the top of NCAA tourney

The field is a bit crowded at the top after the first day of the NCAA Division II women’s golf national championships at Findlay Country Club.
Four players share the lead at one-over par 73 after the first day of the 72-hole event.
Regis’ Mary Weinstein, St. Mary’s Maria Regina Gonzalez, Dallas Baptist’s Ann Parmerter and Indianapolis’ Pilar Echeverria all sit atop the leaderboard at 73.
There is a three-way tie for fifth place as St. Leo’s Marie Coors, Henderson State’s Allison Davis and Missouri-St. Louis’ Maxi Roth are all one shot behind the leaders at 74.
Dallas Baptist has opened up a 10-shot lead in the team standings as it fired a 299 to lead Barry (309).
Indianapolis (310) is third followed by Henderson State (311), West Texas A&M and St. Mary’s (312), Missouri St. Louis and Ausgustana (S.D.) 318, Rollins (319), Lee (320), Arkansas Tech (325) and Grand Valley State (337).
The tournament continues today with tee times beginning at 8:30 a.m. The tournament will run through Saturday at Findlay Country Club and admission to the event is free.


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