Freshman Kwon Helps Move The Mean Green Up The Leaderboard
NT In Fifth Place After Freshman Fires Career-Low Round
Oct. 21, 2013
FORT MYERS, Fla. – Freshman Eji Kwon kept things rolling for the North Texas women’s golf team in the second round of the FIU Pat Bradley Invitational. Kwon fired her first career under par score at the Division I level as the Mean Green climbed into fifth place after 36 holes of play.
“I’m really proud of the girls today,” said head coach Jeff Mitchell. “Eji with her first under par round and McKenzie at even-par is terrific. We are looking forward to tomorrow.”
Kwon shot a 1-under par 71, a season-best for her and vaulted her way into the top-20. Kwon is tied for 16th place after two rounds at 3-over par 147. Chaslyn Chrismer fell back just a bit into a tie for 21st place after firing a second round of 77. She is at 4-over par 148 after two rounds.
McKenzie Ralston posted an even-par score of 72 in the second round and is at 5-over par 149, just outside of the top-25 in a tie for 26th place. Georgina Mundy is in 85th place after shooting a second round of 80.
North Texas as team fired a 295 and moved into fifth place. Dayton State College grabbed the clubhouse lead over Maryland by four strokes with a score of 580. North Texas is at 595 after two rounds.
The final round begins tomorrow morning.