Rose Fires A Career-Low Round At BYU

ST GEORGE, Utah - It was a day to remember for senior Jordan Rose as she fired a career-low round to lead the North Texas women's golf team at the BYU Dixie Classic. Rose posted a 1-under par 71, a career-best, in the opening round as she was powered by five birdies.

Rose fell off the pace a bit in the second round and shot a 79 but sits in 11th place after the first two rounds.

North Texas as a team is alone in ninth place after the first two rounds. The Mean Green shot rounds of 311 and 316 in the first two rounds.

Rose came out of the gate on fire, as she was 5-under par after her first 10 holes. Sophomore Kelsey Kipp struggled in her opening round as she fired an 80 but a second round of 76 left her tied for 28th after the first two rounds. Kipp was able record three birdies in her second round of play.

Senior Janna Golden shot a two round score of 160 after 36 holes with rounds of 78 and 82. Sophomore Addison Long is one shot behind Golden with a 161 after two rounds. Long had scores of 79 and 82 on the day. Chandra Alexander had a difficult day with rounds of 84 and 87 in the opening day.

The final round begins tomorrow morning.



North Texas Mean Green