Women's Golf In 11th After Day 1 In Puerto Rico
Feb. 10, 2013
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - The No. 29 Auburn women's golf team finished the first day of the Lady Puerto Rico Classic in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 11th with an 18-over 306. Senior Carlie Yadloczky led the Tigers in the first round with an even-par 72, and is tied for second place.
Hosted by Purdue, the Lady Puerto Rico Classic is a 54-hole tournament played at the River Course at the Rio Mar Beach Resort. The par 72 course is playing at 6,191 yards for the tournament.
"Carlie was on today," said head coach Kim Evans. "She navigated the course well, and she is showing some great strength for early in the season."
"We have a lot of ground to cover as a team," said Evans. "We will continue to work on getting better."
Freshman Jamie Yun, competing as an individual, carded a 4-over 76 in the first round, tying for 39th.
Arkansas leads the tournament following the first day of play with a 3-over 291. Alabama and Texas Christian are tied for second with 5-over 293s, and Texas Tech is in fourth, carding an 8-over 296. Iowa State, at 11-over 299, is in fifth.
Individually, Arkansas' Emily Tubert is in the lead with a 2-under 70. Auburn's Carlie Yadlocky and TCU's Kortnie Maxoutopoulis are tied for second. A 12-way tie is held for fourth place.
Play will continue on Monday beginning at 7 a.m. CT. Live scoring is available at www.golfstat.com.
1 - Arkansas - 291--291 (+3)
* - Competing as an individual
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