Oct. 11, 2014 WASHINGTON -
The Georgetown University women's golf team fired a 14-over par 302 in the second round and moved into sixth place at the Ron Moore Women's Intercollegiate, being hosted by the University of Denver at the Highlands Ranch Golf Club in Colorado.
Kansas State leads the 12-team field with a score of 7-over par 583, two shots better than second place Kansas (9-over par 585). Long Beach State is third (15-over par 591), while Denver and Nebraska are tied for fourth place at 26-over par 602. The Hoyas are nine shots back, in sixth place at 35-over par 611.
Junior Mackenzie Boydston (Keller, Texas/Nolan Catholic), who was tied for 27th place after the first round, moved into a tie for 12th place in the field of 74 golfers. She shot an even-par 72 on Saturday and leads the Hoyas at 5-over par 149.
Freshman Lauren Gros (Windermere, Fla./Windermere Prep) shot a 4-over par 76 in the second round and is tied for 24th place at 9-over par 153, while classmate Jacquelyn Eleey (Quincy, Mass./The Taft School) posted a 3-over par 75 and is now tied for 28th place at 10-over par 154.
Junior Patricia Lee (Lone Tree, Colo./Highlands Ranch) struggled in the second round with a 9-over par 81 and is tied for 41st place at 13-over par 157, while sophomore Jenny Xiao (Foshan, China/Foshan No. 3 Middle School) is in a tie for 67th place at 20-over par 164.
Play concludes on Sunday, Oct. 12.