LAKE WALES, Fla. -- The University of South Carolina Beaufort women's golf team put together another strong round in Saturday's second round to hold on to second place after 36 holes at the Sun Conference Championship.
The 12th-ranked Sand Sharks followed Friday's 320 with a team score of 319 at Lake Wales Country Club, leaving them eight shots behind top-ranked SCAD Savannah (631). USCB is five shots clear of No. 5 Northwood (Fla.) and No. 9 Embry-Riddle.
Junior Tori DeGroodt (79-77--156) posted the low round of the day for USCB, moving up to sixth place. She is six shots behind leader and defending champion Alazne Urizar (72-78--150) of SCAD Savannah.
USCB senior Kendra Collins (78-81--159) is eighth and junior Samantha O'Donnell (81-79--160) is ninth, while sophomore Lina Sekerkova (82-82--164) is tied for 15th. Sophomore Hayley Miller (99-91--190) rounds out the lineup in 40th.
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The Sand Sharks will be paired with SCAD Savannah and Embry-Riddle for Sunday's final round with tee times ranging from 9:10 to 9:46 a.m.