OSTRANDER, Ohio -- At the halfway point, the Big Red women's golf team sits atop the team standings after firing a season-low 18-hole score of 322 on Saturday at Mill Creek Golf Club. In addition to being a season low, the 322 strokes are the second-lowest single-round total in program history and just two shy of the school record set during the 2013-14 season.
Denison senior Anne Miller leads the 60-person field by six strokes after carding a career-low round of 70. Miller's two-under par score re-set her own single-round school mark by two strokes and is the only under-par round in program history.
Freshman Nicole Wetoska currently sits in fifth place with 79, while Tina Berardi shot an 85 and Sophie Kollin rounded out the scoring with an 88. Competing as individuals, Emmy Timberlake is tied for eighth with an 82, while Linnea Wethekam carded an 84. Alexandra Mills also shot an 85 in the opening round of the event.
The Big Red currently holds a four-stroke lead over the host Bishops (326), while Davenport and Wooster are tied for third with 327 shots. Trine is fifth (340) followed by Allegheny (352), Adrian (365), Baldwin Wallace (382) and Ursuline (407).
Denison will conclude play at the Laura Bump Invitational on Sunday in Ostrander, Ohio.