Aces Complete First Day Of Braun Intercollegiate


    UE In Top Five In The Standings

     EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Caitlin O’Donnell continued her recent streak, carding a 78 to open up the Charles Braun Intercollegiate on Monday at Oak Meadow Country Club.

    Coming off of her top event of the season at the Butler Fall Invitational, O’Donnell ranks in a tie for 5th place with one of two tournament rounds in the books.  She is just five shots off of the lead entering the final day.

    One behind O’Donnell was Carly Frazier.  She is another one who has played extremely well as of late.  A 79 on Monday has her in the top ten, ranking in a tie for the 9th spot on the leaderboard.  Mallory Russell was third for the Purple Aces.  She recorded an 82 in the opening round to rank third on the UE squad.  Russell is tied for 22nd.

    Alyssa McMinn and Allison Enchelmayer both wrapped up Monday’s action with scores of 83 and rank in a tie for 28th.  Freshman Magdalena Borisova made her college debut at Evansville’s home course.  Borisova scored an 86 in her first official round.  Taylor Keating registered a final tally of 91 and ranks just outside the top 40.

    Green Bay has a 6-shot lead in the team standings.  The Phoenix combined for a team score of 309 and are six ahead of IUPUI and ten in front of third place North Alabama.  Evansville is tied for 5th place with a 322, but are just three strokes outside of the top three.

    Amelie Svejda of IUPUI leads the individuals.  Her 1-over 73 in the first round finished three in front of a second-place tie.  Ashley Kulka of Green Bay and Alissa Fish from Western Michigan are tied for second.  The Phoenix’ Isabelle Maleki is fourth with a 77 while Caitlin O’Donnell is in a 5th place tie with a 78.

    Tuesday’s final round will get underway at 10 a.m. at Oak Meadow CC.




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