Swords leads Jacks on opening day
LINCOLN, Neb. -- The South Dakota State women's golf team stands in a tie for 11th place entering the second round of the season-opening Chip-N Club Invitational. Play was suspended due to weather early in the second round on Monday, and will resume at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
The Jackrabbits opened with a first-round team score of 314 at Wilderness and were part of a three-way tie for 11th place with host Nebraska and Summit League rival North Dakota State.
Rebecca Swords is currently in a tie for fifth place after shooting an opening round 76. Through three holes in round two she is 2-under-par after recording a double-eagle on her final hole of the day, the par-5, 444-yard 18th.
Rachel Hanigan is in a tie for 23rd place after carding a first-round 76. She is 2-over through four holes in the second round.
Brittany Hanten, Morgan Fitts and Katie Purcell are tied for 59th place. Hanten and Fitts both scored an 81 in the first round, and they are both 2-over-par through five holes in the second round. Purcell shot a first-round score of 84, and she is 1-under through four holes in round two.
Abby Feehan, who is competing as an individual, is in a tie for 77th place after shooting a first-round 83. She is 3-over-par through two holes in round two.
Texas-San Antonio leads the 15-team field by five strokes over Kansas State, 294-299.