Chattanooga Women’s Golf in Third after 36 Holes
Christine Wolf is one of three Mocs tied for 13th through 36 holes.

STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. --- The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga women's golf team is in third-place after 36 holes of the John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate Monday.  The Mocs shot 622 and is trailing host Georgia State (601) and Arkansas-Little Rock (613).

Chattanooga opened the first round in second-place with a 305, five shots behind Georgia State at the time.  Loza's 75 led the way for the Mocs tying for fourth through 18 holes.

Wolf and de Groot and Wolf were tied for ninth, one shot back at 76.  Moa Duf had a 78 to round out the counters.

The Mocs had a tough second 18, however, shooting 317 to fall back to third.  Wolf and de Groot shot matching 78s, while Loza ended up one more back at 79.  The trio is tied for 13th at 154.

Duf is tied for 31st at 160 following an afternoon 82.  Katie Taylor's 86 and 82 place her tied for 62nd with a 168.

Georgia State's Cathrine Madsen is the individual leader at two-over par 146, tied with Daytona State's Jennifer Gartin.  Brittany Kelly (Ball State), Mallory Fraiche (UALR) and Iliska Verwey (GSU) are tied for third at 150 (+6).

The Mocs play the final 18 tomorrow.  First tee times are at 9 a.m.


1) Georgia State


601 (+25)

2) Arkansas-Little Rock


613 (+37)

3) Chattanooga


622 (+46)

4) Ball State


626 (+50)

5) Augusta State


631 (+55)

6) South Alabama


635 (+59)

7) Troy


636 (+60)

8) Texas State


637 (+61)

9) FIU


639 (+63)

10) Xavier


642 (+66)

11) Murray State


644 (+68)

12) Arkansas State


649 (+73)



T13) Maria Juliana Loza


154 (+10)

T13) Emma de Groot


154 (+10)

T13) Christine Wolf


154 (+10)

T31) Moa Duf


160 (+16)

T62) Katie Taylor


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