HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE, Ark. – Freshman Georgina Mundy battled through the windy conditions and is tied for the clubhouse lead after the first round of the UALR Women’s Golf Classic. Mundy shot a 2-over par 74 and shares the lead after 18 holes with two other players. North Texas is tied for second place after the first round after firing a score of 319.
The Mean Green is seven strokes off the leader Missouri State after the opening round of play. North Texas is tied with Central Arkansas, but leads all four Sun Belt Conference schools in the field.
The second round of play was suspended due to darkness and will be completed in the morning before the third and final round begins.
Mundy tied her career-low score on the year with a 74, matching her previous best total from the opening tournament of the fall season. Her previous best finish this season is a tie for 19th place.
McKenzie Ralston is tied for 23rd place after shooting a first round of 81. Chaslyn Chrismer and Taylor Kilponen are one stroke behind Ralston after shooting an opening round of 82. The pair is tied for 33rd.
Keegan Moore fired a first round of 86 and she is tied for 63rd place after 18 holes. The Mean Green is going after its first win of the season and fourth top-6 finish since the start of the spring season.
The second round will be completed in the morning followed by the final round.