Mocs Sit Fifth After Second Round of NCAA Fall Preview
Megan Kiley stands tied for third heading into final round
DAYTONA BEACH - The second-ranked Florida Southern women's golf team stands in fifth place following the conclusion of the second round of play at the NCAA Division II Preview held here at the LPGA International Golf Club Legend's Course, which will be the site of this year's NCAA D-II National Championship. The tournament field field includes 13 teams, including nine of which are currently nationally ranked.
The Moccasins followed up its first round score of 308 on Sunday with a 315 in Monday's second round. The Mocs have shot 623 for 36 holes and is one shot in front of sixth place West Florida (624) and one shot behind fourth place Central Oklahoma (622). Lynn, who was tied for the first round lead with Barry, took over first place after shooting a 301 in the second round. Lynn's total through 36 holes is 606, while Barry is in second place with a 618 and Florida Tech is third with a 621.
Leading the way for the Mocs through two rounds is senior Megan Kiley (Leo, Ind.). The 2012 Honorable Mention All-American shot a three-over par 75 on Monday to push her 36 hole total to 149, which is tied for third place with West Florida's Camila Sevillano.
Florida Tech's Rachel Polson leads atop the leaderboard after firing a one-over par 73 on Monday. Polson has shot 145 for 36 holes and is one shot in front of Dallas Baptist's Syndey Williams, who fired an even-par 72 on Tuesday, to move to 146 for 36 holes.
In addition to Kiley, senior Amy Hodgkinson (Mead, Colo.) fired a second round score of 82 to fall into a tie for 11th place with a 154. Hodgkinson shot an even-par 72 in Sunday's opening round to stand tied for the lead. Junior Barbora Vejlupkova (Prague, Czech Republic) shot a 77 in the second round to stand in 28th place with a 157 for 36 holes, while junior Callie Hodgkinson (Mead, Colo.) shot an 81 in the second round to stand tied for 45th place with a 164 and sophomore Emily Rymer (Orlando, Fla.) carded a second round 83 to stand tied for 48th place with a 165.
Junior Hannah Duffie (Dalton, Ga.), who is playing as an individual, completed the Mocs contingent of golfers as she fired a second round score of 85 to stand tied for 58th place with a 171 after 36 holes.
The Mocs will complete the three-day season opening tournament on Tuesday with another 18 holes.