No. 16 Women’s Golf Leads After Rain Shortened Day One

No. 16 Women’s Golf Leads After Rain Shortened Day One

Normal, Ill., April 14, 2017 – The No. 16-ranked Washington University in St. Louis women's golf team finished first after 14-15 holes on a weather shortened day one at the Kathy Niepagen Spring Fling.

WashU finished the shortened day with a score of eight-over par. The 22 team field includes 11 teams within Golfstat's top-50 programs. The Bears are a single stroke ahead of Indiana Tech's nine-over par score after 14-15 holes.

Freshman Samantha Haubenstock is tied for fourth place with an even par, while freshman Angelica Harris and junior Erin Drolet are tied for eighth place with two-over par scores after 14 holes apiece. Sophomore Chloe DiPetrillo was the lone Bear to make it 15 holes and finished four-over par as senior Jessica Wibawa was the final member of the Bears' lineup with nine strokes over par.

WashU is tied with Indiana Tech for the team lead with nine birdies. Haubenstock led the Bears with four as Drolet and Wibawa had two apiece and Harris added the final birdie.

Sophomore Hanna Jia shot four-over par as an individual and is tied for 17th place.

The Bears will conclude round one Saturday morning at 8 a.m. before immediately carrying onto round two. Be sure to stay up to date on all your Bears scores and awards by following @WashUBears on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.