Katie Edelblut, Allison Olberding Lead Women’s Golf in First Two Rounds of USF Intercollegiate

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TAMPA, Fla. – Senior Katie Edelblut and sophomore Allison Olberding paced the William & Mary women’s golf in the first two rounds of the USF Intercollegiate on Monday in Tampa. The duo both carded 154’s (+12) and is tied for 12th, just six strokes off of the individual lead. As a team, the Tribe improved two strokes from the first round to the second shooting a 313 and then a 311 for a 624 (+56) to be in a tie for fourth after 36 holes. Lynn paces the field shooting a 609 (+41) over the two rounds. 
Edelblut fired the low round in the first round as she shot a 75 (+4), while Olberding recorded the low second for W&M shooting a 76 (+5). Junior Riley Corona is just off of the pace set by her teammates as she shot a pair of 78’s to be at 156 (+14). Classmate Elizabeth Choi and freshman Audrey Pulliam round out the Tribe’s scorecard with a 160 (+18) and a 177 (+35), respectively. Notes Freshman Audrey Pulliam made her scoring lineup debut for the Tribe in the event …  As a team, the Tribe has improved its first round score in the second round in now three of its five fall tournaments. W&M ScorecardT12. Katie Edelblut 154 (+12)T12. Allison Olberding 154 (+12)T22. Riley Corona 156 (+14)T36. Elizabeth Choi 160 (+18)70. Audrey Pulliam 177 (+35) Team Leaderboard 1. Lynn 609 (+41)2. Barry 616 (+48)3. Georgetown 619 (+51)T4. William & Mary 624 (+56)T4. South Florida 624 (+56)6. Florida Gulf Coast 626 (+58)T7. Towson 627 (+59)T7. Rollins 627 (+59)9. Stetson 630 (+62)10. UAB 638 (+70)11. Lamar 642 (+74)12. McNeese State 658 (+90)13. Keiser 671 (+103)14. South Florida (B) 687 (+119) Individual LeaderboardT1. Carolin Schart (Stetson) 148 (+6)T1. Tilda Larsson (Barry) 148 (+6)T1. Nataloia Villavicencio (South Florida) 148 (+6)4. Madison Lellyo (Lynn) 150 (+8)5. Elodie Chapelet (Lamar) 150 (+8) What’s Ahead
W&M wraps up its fall season with the final round of the USF Intercollegiate tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct. 31. The final round begins with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Print Friendly Version

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