Belles Hold Share of Second at Trine Spring Classic
- Ali Mahoney led the Belles with an 84 on Friday.
- Kaitlyn Cartone (87), Lauren Read (88), and Kaitlyn Gray (88) rounded out the team score.
- The Belles are tied for second.
ANGOLA, Ind. - The Saint Mary's golf team is tied for second place overall after day one of the Trine Spring Classic after shooting a 347.
Hope leads the field with a 331 after the first day of competition at Zollner Golf Course. The Belles are tied with Cleary University with 347s, and host Trine sits in fourth after a 359 on Friday. Hope's Nicole Meyer shot the low round of the day with a 79.
Saint Mary's was paced by Ali Mahoney's round of 84 as the senior holds a share of fifth overall. Mahoney was tied for the best par three scoring, was tied for third in par five scoring, turned in a birdie, and had a team-best eight pars. Kaitlyn Cartone carded an 87 and is tied for 11th going into day two's round. She had the third-best day on par four holes while posting seven pars.
Lauren Read and Kaitlyn Gray each shot rounds of 88 to round out the team score while tying for 13th on the day. Read was the seventh-best performer on par four holes and was among the round leaders in par five scoring. Gray was tied for the third-best scoring round on par three holes and was in the top 14 in par four scoring.
Julia McAlindon was the fifth golfer in the Belles' line up and shot a 96 to hold a share of 24th overall. Lydia Lorenc is competing as an individual at the tournament and turned in a 99 to tie for 28th.
Day two of the tournament begins at 9:00 a.m. at Trine's Zollner Golf Course on Saturday morning.