LAKELAND, Fla. (February 19, 2018) – Shaking off a tough morning round, Rollins rebounded nicely in the afternoon and moved up two spots to 10th after day one of the Lady Moc Classic.
The 10th-ranked Tars posted a 323 first round and came back with an eight-over 296 for a 43-over score of 619 after day one.
Nova Southeastern leads the field with 583 (+7) strokes while Seminole State has a score of 585 (+9). Saint Leo shot a tournament record five-under 283 in round two and sits third at 14-over for the event. Barry (+22) and Flagler (+24) round out the top-five.
Senior Lexie Toth leads the way for the Tars, sitting tied for 15th at five-over for the event. She shot a 78 in the morning round and came back with a solid one-under 71 and jumped 19 spots on the leaderboard with a score of 149.
Selin Timur moved up 16 spots on the leader board during the second round, grabbing a tie for 30th. She posted an 80 to open play and a two-over 74 in round two for 154 strokes. Madison Lellyo was the biggest mover up the standings in the afternoon, vaulting 24 places between rounds one and two into a tie for 44th. The senior carded an 83 in the first round and a two-over 74 in the second to post a day score of 157 strokes.
Lara van Staden, playing as an individual, joined Lellyo in 44th with rounds of 79-78 on the day.
Shyanne Lovan is tied for 72nd after shooting scores of 87-77.
Also playing as an individual, Julia Malone is tied for 82nd with 170 strokes, shooting matching rounds of 85.
Tuan-Yu Chaing of Seminole State leads the field at seven-under with rounds of 69-68, her second round score matching the tournament record. Helen Kreuzer of Lynn, Tilda Larsson of Barry and Michelle Ruiz of Nova Southeastern are tied for second at four-under.
The Lady Moc Classic will conclude Tuesday, February 20 with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.