Ladies Finish in 10th with Solid Final Round
Tuesday, September 27, 2011

MONROE, La.-The Centenary women's golf team made an impressive third-round showing, trimming 26 shots off their second round score to fire a 320 on Tuesday in ULM's Fred Marx Invitational to finish in 10th overall.

The Ladies moved up the leader board from 11th to 10th after the final round. Centenary (337-346-320) finished the 54-hole, par 72 tournament with a total score of 1003.

Junior Justine Kemp fired a career-low 73 in today's final round to move into a tie for 33rd, which led the Ladies in standings. The Colorado Springs, Colo. native (79-86-73) made the biggest improvement, cutting 13 strokes off yesterday's round to total 238 after three rounds of play.

Fellow junior Kyndal Rose (91-81-78) also made a strong improvement, bettering her first round score by 12 shots to finish in a tie for 45th with a score of 250. Junior Rachel Grinnell (83-82-86) tied for 47th overall, one shot behind Rose at 251.

Sophomore Sarah Bradshaw (84-97-83) finished at 264 and in 59th, while sophomore Kylee Goldthorn (92-98-91) finished 62nd with a 281 score.

Troy University (295-303-298) captured the team title with a three-round total of 896 to finish six shots better than second-place South Alabama (308-291-303) at 902. ULM (306-303-297) rounded out the top three with a 906.

Individually, Northeastern State's Whitney McAteer (75-76-70, 221) took home top honors after winning a playoff over Troy's Langley Vannoy.

Centenary will take part in the UT-Tyler Invitational on Oct. 3-4 in Tyler, Texas at The Cascades.