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Ladies Improve in Round Two, but Fall Short
Sunday, February 24, 2008

SHREVEPORT – The Centenary (334-326, 660) women’s golf team cut eight strokes off of its score on Sunday, but it still came up short in the Centenary College Ladies Invitational final round. The Ladies, who finished in second, were just six strokes behind the winner, North Dakota State (330-324), who shot a two-round score of 654.

 

Leading the way for Centenary was sophomore Jessica Garza (87-76, 163) and senior Chloe Mims (79-84, 163), who tied for fourth. The duo finished just eight strokes behind Andrea Zwartynski (78-77) of Houston Baptist, who won with a 155.

 

Ladies’ sophomore Tracy Williams (85-80, 165) also improved on her second-day round, as she completed the tournament in eighth place. Rounding out the team scores for Centenary was sophomore Leigh Newton (83-86, 169), who finished in 11th.

 

Playing unattached for Centenary was sophomore Bethany Cox (87-93), who finished in 19th place after shooting a 180.

 

The next action for Centenary will be on March 10-11 at the Lamar and Sam Houston State Invitational.