Brooks shoots 67; Campbell remains 4th after 2nd round of Golfweek Program Challenge
PAWLEY'S ISLAND, S.C. – Freshman Lisbeth Brooks shot a four-under-par 67 and Campbell remained in fourth place in the team standings Monday after 36 holes of the Golfweek Program Challenge women's tournament at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club.
Senior Michelle Koh moved up to a fourth place tie on the individual leader board following a second-straight one-over-par 72. The native of Kuantan, Malaysia had 17 pars and one bogey during the second round.
Brooks, a freshman from Waunakee, Wisc., fired the day's low round, which stands as the second-lowest 18-hole score in Campbell women's golf history, eclipsed only by Koh's five-under-par 66 last October at the Palmetto Intercollegiate. Brooks' second round included five birdies and she leaped from a tie for 41st place into a tie for seventh heading into Tuesday's final round on the par-71, 6003-yard layout.
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East Carolina leads the 12-school event at 12-over 580 (283-297), one stroke ahead of James Madison (291-297—581). Texas State is third (291-292—583), four strokes clear of Campbell (292-295—587). UNC Wilmington (299-296—595) is fifth, while South Florida sits sixth (298—301—599).
Nicole Sakamoto of James Madison is the lone golfer in the 60-player field in red numbers at two-under-par 140 (69-71). Valdis Jonsdittir of Texas State (74-69—143) and Christina Miller from South Florida (73-70—143) are tied for second. Koh is locked in a 3-way tie in fourth place with Brittany Atterbury of Northern Iowa (74-70—144) and first-day co-leader Julia Strandberg of East Carolina (68-76—144).
Fellow first-round co-leader Lejan Lewthwaite of Texas State followed Sunday's 68 with an 80 on Monday and dropped into a tie for 16th place.
Golfweek Program Challenge (Women)
Caledonia Golf & Fish Club / Pawley's Island, S.C.
Sept. 11-13, 2011 / Par 71, 6003 Yards
Second Round Team Results: 1. East Carolina 283-297—580, 2. James Madison 291-290—581, 3. Texas State 291-292—583, 4. Campbell 292-295—587, 5. UNC Wilmington 299-296—595, 6. South Florida 298-301—599, 7. Jacksonville State 293-309—602, 8. Northern Iowa 303-306—609, 9. Troy 303-310—613, T10. Missouri-Kansas City 309-311—620, T10. Boston College 313-307—620, 12. Central Arkansas 306-316—622.
Second Round Individual Leaders: 1. Nicole Sakamoto (James Madison) 69-71—140, T2. Valdis Jonsdottir (Texas State) 74-69—143, T2. Christina Miller (South Florida) 73-70—143, T4. Brittany Atterbury (Northern Iowa) 74-70—144, T4. Michelle Koh (Campbell) 72-72—144, T4. Julia Strandberg (East Carolina) 68-76—144.
Other Campbell Individuals: T7. Lisbeth Brooks 78-67—145, T29. Brooke Bellomy 74-78—152, T29. Kaylin Yost 74-78—152, T43. Teresa Urquizu 72-85—157.