The University of Louisville women’s golf team is tied for fourth on Monday amidst cold, strong winds at the Olde Stone Intercollegiate. Play was suspended in the second round after 12 holes.
The Cardinals were tied for second place after the first round before settling into a tie for fourth with Oklahoma and Wisconsin. The field was unable to complete the second round due to darkness and will finish the second round at 8 a.m. CT on Tuesday morning.
Hana Ryskova is tied for second after shooting a first round 72, while Kendall Griffin was the second in the top 10 after shooting a first round 71 to close the day in ninth. Carmen Griffiths is tied for 26th after her first-round score of 76.
Lauren Thibodeau is currently tied for 40th and Mairead Martin is tied for 66th.
The shotgun start on Tuesday is moved up to 8 a.m. CT to accommodate finishing the second round and playing the entire final round.
By Rocco Gasparro