LSU's Elise Bradley shot 1-under-par 71
Photo by:Jeffrey A. Camarati, UNC Athletics Director of Photography
Women's Golf Eighth After Round 1 at Sugar Bowl
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Published: February 24, 2013, 07:52 PM (CT)
by Kent Lowe (@LSUkent), Sr. Associate SID

NEW ORLEANS - The LSU women's golf team opened the spring season with a solid round of 3-over par 291 Sunday in the first round of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate at the English Turn Golf and Country Club.

The Lady Tigers are eighth in the 18-team field which is led by the host team, Tulane, which posted a 6-under par 282, one shot ahead of Duke and UCLA at 283. Alabama is fourth at 285 with Florida at 286 and USC in sixth at 287. Baylor is ahead of LSU at 290.

Freshman Elise Bradley posted the best opening round of the day for LSU with a 1-under round of 71. Bradley had four birdies on the day as she stands in a tie for 15th after the opening round of the event which runs through Tuesday.

Tulane golfers are first and second with Emily Penttila in first at 5-under 67 and Gemma Dryburgh of Tulane at 4-under 68 along with Stephanie Meadow of Alabama, also at 68.

LSU also counted an even par 72 from Ali Lucas with Madelene Sagstrom and Lindsay Gahm both posting 2-over 74s. Nadine Dreher had a 4-over 76.

For the second straight day because of potential inclement weather in the forecast, the field will go off in a shotgun start at English Turn at 9 a.m. Follow live scoring of the round at LSUsports.net through www.golfstatresults.com.

Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate
English Turn Golf and Country Club - New Orleans, La.
Team Results (Par 72-288)
1. Tulane 282 -6; 2. Duke 283 -5; 2. UCLA 283 -5; 4. Alabama 285 -3; 5. Florida 286 -2; 6. Southern California 287 -1; 7. Baylor 290 +2; 8. LSU 291 +3; 9. Texas 294 +6; 9. Oklahoma State 294 +6; 11. Purdue 295 +7; 12. Texas A&M 296 +8; 13. Oregon 298 +10; 13. UTSA 298 +10; 15. Ohio State 299 +11; 16. Auburn 302 +14; 17. Colorado 303 +15; 18. Tulsa 306 +18.

Individual Top 5 (Par 72)
1. Emily Pennttila, Tulane, 67 -5; 2. Gemmy Dryburgh, Tulane, 68 -4; 2. Stephanie Meadow, Alabama, 68 -4; 4. Desiree Dubreuil, Texas, 69 -3; 4. Camilla Hedberg, Florida, 69 -3; 4. Lee Lopez, UCLA, 69 -3.

LSU Scores
T15. Elise Bradley 71 -1
T20. Ali Lucas 72 E
T41. Madelene Sagstrom 74 +2
T41. Lindsay Gahm 74 +2
T63. Nadine Dreher 76 +4

 

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