ST. GEORGE, Utah — The University of Iowa women’s golf team concluded day one at the BYU Entrada Classic on Monday. The Hawkeyes registered a two-round 607 (+31) with rounds of 307 and 302. With one round left to play on Tuesday, Iowa sits tied for fifth with Wyoming.
Kent State leads the tournament with a two-round total of 575 (-1), host BYU follows in second (+17; 593), and Tusla sits in third (+28, 604).
Junior Jessica Ip paced the team with a two-round total of 148 (+4). The junior registered rounds of 72 (E) and 76 (+4). Ip made par on 23 holes and birdied on holes one, four, five, 13 and 18 to be tied for seventh going into final round.
Senior Jessie Sindlinger tallied the second-best score for the Hawkeyes with a two-round total of 149 (+5). The senior carded a first round 77 (+5), birdieing on holes three and 17 and making par on nine holes. She posted an even-par 72 in round two, with three birdies and 12 holes at par. She sits tied for 14th.
Freshman Sophie Liu carded a two-round 153 (+9) with rounds of 76 and 77. Liu made par-or-better on 25 holes, including birdies on holes one, eight, ten, 11, 12, and 16. She ends the day tied for 30th.
Sophomore Kristin Glesne and junior Morgan Kukla are tied for 48th with a total of 159 (+15). Glesne tallied a score of 82 in round one, before a second round 77. Kukla recorded rounds of 80 and 79.
Junior Elisa Suarez and sophomore Shawn Rennegarbe competed as individuals. Suarez fired rounds of 82 (+10) and 81 (+9) to tie for 55th, while Rennegarbe registered a two-round total of 164 (+20). She sits tied for 57th.
The final round of the BYU Entrada Classic will conclude on Tuesday, starting with a shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. (CT). Live scoring is available via GolfStat.com.