Sept. 18, 2006
(Lubbock, Texas) - USF women's golf had an impressive showing during the first day of their second event of the fall season, the 2006 Jeannine McHaney Invitational, hosted by Texas Tech. The Dons currently share first place at 582 (291, 291) with SMU (292, 290) after 36-holes on the Rawls Course and will enter Tuesday's final round seven shots ahead of third place.
Junior Jessica Potter was a strong force for the Green and Gold once again, finishing the day tied for fourth place at a one-under 143 (73, 70). Potter is only three strokes out of first place which is currently shared by SMU's Kate Ackerson and Arkansas-Little Rock's Sara Wikstrom at 140.
Three more USF golfers enjoy spots in the top-20. Freshman Christina Stockton posted USF's best score after the first round of play with an even-par 72 and is currently tied for seventh place at 145 (72, 73) with fellow teammate senior Kristin Nichols (73, 72). Junior Casey Gee posted an overall score of 149 (73, 76), good for a share of 17th place.
Oklahoma trails USF and SMU in third place at 589 (301, 288), followed by Mississippi in fourth place at 593 (301, 292) and TCU rounds out the top-five at 595 (298, 297).
San Francisco will tee off for the final round Tuesday, September 19 at 8:00 am. Visit usfdons.com for a full tournament recap and results.
USF Individual Day One ResultsT 1 San Francisco, U. of 291 291 582T 4 Jessica Potter 73 70 143T 7 Christina Stockton 72 73 145T 7 Kristin Nichols 73 72 145T 19 Casey Gee 73 76 149T 75 Chaneng Joe 80 82 162