Women's Golf Has Work To Do At NCAA

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The Alabama women's golf team heads into the final round of competition in tie for 13th place overall. After having to play nearly 36 holes on the day, the Crimson Tide wrapped up play Thursday with a 54 hole score of 913 (+49) at the University of New Mexico Golf Course.



"We had ourselves in position to start the day," Alabama Coach Mic Potter said. "We played fairly well for most of the day except for a couple of holes. Hopefully we can rectify our mistakes tomorrow and finish well.

Alabama completed its second round of play after the round was suspended due to high winds on Wednesday with a score of 311(+23). The Crimson Tide was one of only nine teams to finish the third round of play due to darkness. UA turned in a score of 306 (+18).

Junior Kathleen Ekey wrapped up the day with a score of 224 (+8) to sit in a tie for 23rd place. The Wadsworth, Ohio native fired a second round score of 76 (+4) and then came back in the afternoon to card a third round score of 75 (+3).

Sophomore Helena Blomberg currently rests in a tie for 53rd place after completing the day with a 54 hole score of 228 (+12). Blomberg wrapped up the second round of play in the morning with a score of 75 (+3) and then carded a third round score of 79 (+7).

Freshman Camilla Lennarth, who was in the top 10 after the first 18 got tripped up in the second round by firing an 80 (+8). The Stockholm, Sweden native wrapped up play in the afternoon by carding a third round score of 78 (+6). Lennarth finished Thursday with a score of 229 (+13) to rest in a tie for 59th place.

Newcomer Courtney Harter had the best third round of all the Crimson Tide by turning in a 74 (+2). The freshman recorded a second round score of 80 (+8) to finish the day in a tie for 77th place with a 54 hole score of 232 (+16).

Senior Sarah Sturm finished the day in a tie for 115th with a 54 hole score of 243 (+27). Sturm wrapped up the morning with a second round score of 81 (+9) and then turned in the final 18 score of 82 (+10).

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