STEVENS, Pa. – Franklin & Marshall's Anelise Browne carded an 85 to place in a tie for fourth place after round one at Saturday's Centennial Conference (CC) Women's Golf Championship.
For full round one results, click here.
The Diplomats combined to shoot a 410 to place sixth out of seven teams heading into tomorrow's final round at the Par-72, 5,801-yard course at Foxchase Golf Club in Stevens. Six-time defending champion Gettysburg holds a 24-stroke lead over the field after totaling a 328, a CC tournament-record.
Browne's day was highlighted by a birdie on the par-4, 17th hole. Gettysburg's Sarah Hansen, the defending champion, leads the 32-player field after carding a 75, tying a 13-year record for the lowest round at the Championship, while Muhlenberg's Aine Filler is in second after firing an 81.
The Championship concludes tomorrow with round two which begins at 12:00 p.m. Fans can follow along with Sunday's action by clicking here.