WGOLF 10th at Windy City CC
Oct. 2, 2017

Day One Results / Live Results & Stats / Round Three Tee Times

HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. - The Purdue women’s golf team opened play at the 10th-annual Windy City Collegiate Classic on Monday at Northmoor Country Club, shooting 15-over par, 583, and sitting in 10th place after 36 holes. The Boilermakers shot six-over par in the opening round, and followed with a score of nine-over par in the second, led by a three-over par individual effort from junior Covadonga SanJuan.

The Boilermakers got off to a fast start Monday behind the efforts of junior Ida Ayu Indira Melati Putri, who birdied her first two holes on her way to a fourth straight round under par to start the season. She added two more birdies over the rest of the round, finishing at two-under 69 and logging the team’s lowest score of the opening 18 holes. Freshman Inez Wanamarta followed at one-over 72, while SanJuan came in at three-over 74 and senior Marta Martin and sophomore Micaela Farah shot matching scores of four-over 75 to tie for the final team slot.

SanJuan had the top score of the second round, shooting even-par 71 behind a trio of birdies on the front nine, and is tied for 22nd individually to lead the Boilermakers at three-over par. Farah made three birdies en route to a score of two-over 73, while Martin and Wanamarta rounded out the team effort at three-over par and four-over par, respectively. Putri didn’t log a team score for the first time this season, making two double bogeys in her first five holes and shooting six-over 77, but still remains tied for 27th individually.

Oklahoma State has a commanding lead on the field at eight-under par, 560, eight shots ahead of second-place Arizona State. Sun Devil Linnea Strom leads the individual standings at six-under par, shooting matching rounds of three-under 68.

Play resumes tomorrow with a 7:39 CT start as the Boilermakers will finish the tournament alongside California and San Diego State, heading off the back-nine.




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