Ladies Defeat UMKC in Dual Match
Sunday, February 25, 2007


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Team and Individual Scores


Tracy Williams shot an 83
against UMKC Sunday

SHREVEPORT, La. -- In preparation for the start of Monday’s Ladies Spring Classic, the Centenary women’s golf team defeated UMKC in a dual match at the Shreveport Country Club Sunday.

Defeating the Kangaroos, 342-350, the Ladies were led by the play of sophomore Tracy Williams (Van Alstyne, Texas) in the dual match Sunday.

While getting a gage of the course, with the same pin placements as Monday’s and Tuesday’s rounds, Williams shot an 83 to lead Centenary in Sunday’s round.

Freshman Brittany Blackwell (Colleyville, Texas) had the second-best score of any Centenary player against UMKC, shooting an 85 in Sunday’s round. Junior Chloe’ Mims (Texarkana, Texas) and sophomore Jessica Garza (McKinney, Texas) both shot 87 Sunday in their first rounds of competition in the Spring season.

Sophomore Leigh Newton (Edmonton, Alberta) rounded out the five Ladies competing on the team side, shooting a 94 Sunday.

Competing as individuals, sophomore Bethany Cox (Ruston, La.) shot a 92 against the Kangaroos, while freshman Mary Kate Byrne (Natchez, Miss.) shot a round of 104.

Leading UMKC in the dual match was Brittany Hofer, who shot 82 in Sunday’s round.

The two teams commence the Ladies Spring Classic Monday morning at 8 a.m. at the Shreveport Country Club.