Mascot Leads No. 2 WashU on Day One at Arkansas State

Mascot Leads No. 2 WashU on Day One at Arkansas State

Jonesboro, Ark., Oct. 14, 2019 – The No. 2-ranked Washington University in St. Louis women's golf team shot a combined score of 630 during the opening day of the Lady Red Wolves Classic hosted by Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Ark.

The Bears shot a 324 in the first 18 holes, and then improved by 18 strokes in the afternoon round with a 306.

WashU is the lone NCAA Division III school in the field of nine teams, which includes eight NCAA Division I schools. Arkansas State leads the field after a 578 (294-284) on day one.

Freshman Annie Mascot, the fifth-ranked played in NCAA Division III, held her own against the field of Division I opponents and sits in a tie for second place after a three-under 141 (70-71). 

Emily Keeling leads the field with a 140 (70-70).

Day two of the Lady Red Wolves Classic begins Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. 

Team Leaderboard
1. Arkansas State – 294-284, 578
2. Southern Illinois – 294-296, 590
3. Lipscomb – 298-294, 592
T4. Austin Peay – 299-299, 598
T4. UT Arlington – 298-300, 598 
6. Samford – 305-294, 599
T7. Little Rock – 304-299, 603
T7. Belmont – 308-295, 603
9. WashU – 324-306, 630

WashU Scores
T2. Annie Mascot – 70-71, 141
T44. Emma Lee – 85-76, 161
T46. Emily Carnes – 84-79, 163
48. Helen Ye – 85-80, 165

Individuals
54. Rachel Rhee – 94-81, 175