Campbell Tied For 12th After First Day of Shoot-out at the Legends

Monday, October 9, 2001
Contact: Stan Cole


Campbell Tied For 12th After First Day of Shoot-out at the Legends

FRANKLIN, IND. – Campbell University fired rounds of 303 and 305 and stood in a three-way tie for 12th place after the first day of competition in the Shoot-out at the Legends intercollegiate women's golf tournament on Monday.
Senior Jayme Kolinski carded rounds of 74 and 76 to lead the Lady Camels in the 19-team event. Kolinski stands in a tie for 21st place heading into Tuesday's final round on the par-72, 6076-yard layout.
Wisconsin recorded back-to-back 289 rounds to lead the field at 578, six strokes in front of Michigan (584) and seven better than Kent State (585). Kent State's Martina Gillen (71-69—140) holds a one-stroke lead over Emily Hendricks from Wisconsin (71-70—141) after two rounds.