Morrison Shoots Career-Low 68, Women’s Golf In First After 18 Holes

Morrison Shoots Career-Low 68, Women’s Golf In First After 18 Holes

JAMESVILLE, N.Y. (September 17, 2017) The Franklin Pierce University women's golf team played their first 18 holes during the Le Moyne Fall Invitational Sunday at The Pompey Club in Jamesville, N.Y.

Following a Third Place finish last week, the Ravens responded with a 306 (+18) first round total which makes the Crimson and Grey the clubhouse leader. FPU currently holds a two stroke lead over second place squad Kutztown University (308, +20). Gannon University stands in third at 314 (+26).

Senior Camden Morrison (Millis, Mass.) golfed her lowest round as a collegiate golfer as she was four under par for the day at 68 (-4). Her previous best was a 69 (-3) at the FPU Fall Invitational last year. Morrison ranks first in the field of 64 players. Also ranking in the top-five was sophomore Zoe Yamamoto (Honolulu, Hawaii) who turned in a fifth place 76 (+4) scorecard.

Taylor Hartley (Battle Ground, Wash.) and Taylor Schmidt (West Springfield, Mass.) posted identical marks of 81 (+9) which tied them for 15th place. Sarah Daley (Beverly, Mass.) rounded out the Ravens scoring with a 22nd place 82 (+10) showing.

The Ravens look to take more strokes off their day one score as they return to the links tomorrow for the second round.

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