Glennie Remains In Top-10 After Day 2 At MVC Championship

first_imgCHICAGO – Sophomore Madison Glennie led the Drake University women’s golf team for the second consecutive day as the Bulldogs are in 10th place through 36 holes at the Missouri Valley Conference Championship on Monday.Glennie fired her second straight 75 (+3) for a total score of 150 (75-75) and is tied for 10th place. Freshman Sophie Hill carded a 77, remaining tied for 32nd-place with a score of 157 (80-77), while fellow freshman Adrianna Elliott totaled a score of 159 (80-79). Sophomore Brooke Miller was one shot better on the second day than the opening round, shooting an 81 for a score of 163 (82-81). Senior Katie Clausen closed out the Bulldogs’ day with a score of 173 (87-86).”I was very pleased to see our improvement. It was a perfect day for golf,” said Drake head coach Rachael Pruett.The Bulldogs finished the second day five strokes better than the first round, recording a 312 for a total score of 629 (317-312) through 36 holes.The final round of the MVC Championship is set to get underway at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday.   Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Geocaching in (1000’s of) Pictures

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