Lehigh moves into fifth place after day two in Williamsburg
Posted: 03/19/2012 | Last updated: March 19, 2012 at 05:18 PM
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – Monday brought lower scoring under picture perfect conditions as Lehigh continued action at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate at the Kingsmill Resort River Course. The Mountain Hawks followed up an opening round 316 with a second round 305 and moved into fifth place in the 16-hole field at 621.
Junior Chelsea Michalek led the Mountain Hawks on day two, shooting 75 to move into a tie for eighth place at 152 (77-75). Sophomore Crystal Lee is also in the top 20 as she is tied for 16th at 153 (77-76).
After both shooting 81 on Sunday, junior Ginette Schapira and freshman Kelly Moylan both followed up with 77s on Monday to tie for 28th at 158. Freshman Melanie Dickens also competed for Lehigh shooting back-to-back rounds of 90 to tie for 91st place.
Opening round individual leader Kameron Carter of Longwood followed up her opening round 71 with a 74 to maintain the 36-hole lead at 145, three shots better than William & Mary’s Kelly Okun and Andrea Slane of Delaware, who are tied for second. Lehigh’s Michalek is one of eight players who are seven shots off the pace.
Longwood continues to lead the team standings at 603 (300-303). The Lancers hold a nine stroke lead over second place St. Leo (308-306-614). Boston College is third at 617 (314-303), followed by St. John’s at 620 (307-313) and then Lehigh, one stroke behind the Red Storm.
The C&F Bank Intercollegiate concludes Tuesday with the final 18 holes from the Kingsmill Resort River Course.