- Madison Butler shot an opening-round 73 and is tied for third in the medalist chase
- Cleveland State shot a first round 304 and is second in the team competition
- Ashley Knight carded a 75 and is sixth in the field
- Grace Zimmerman is also in the top 10 after opening with a 77
ROUND ONE RECAP
BOARDMAN, Ohio -- Junior Madison Butler fired a one-over par 73 and Cleveland State is currently second after the opening round of the Roseann Schwartz Invitational on Monday on the Mil Creek Course.
Butler, who won this event in 2017, is currently tied for third after opening with a 73. Danae Rugola of Youngstown State leads the field with a 69, while Victoria Grans of Youngstown State is second with a 72. Butler and Puthita Khuanrudee of Youngstown State are tied for third overall.
Led by Butler, Cleveland State is second overall in the team standings with a 304 on day one. Youngstown State leads the team standings after posting a 287.
Knight shot a 75 over her opening 18 holes and is sixth overall, while Zimmerman carded a 77 and is tied for seventh place.
Meg Rossouw is just outside the top 10 as she fired a 79 and is tied for 14th place.
Freshman Averi Hanna is tied for 18th place in the standings after posting an 81 in her first collegiate round.
The tournament will conclude with 18 holes on Tuesday (Sept. 3) on the Mill Creek Course beginning at 8:30 a.m.
1. Youngstown State 287; 2. Cleveland State 304; 3. Niagara 312; 4. St. Francis (Pa.) 330; 5. Capital 358; 6. Mount St. Mary's 376
CLEVELAND STATE INDIVIDUALS
3t. Madison Butler 73
6. Ashley Knight 75
7t. Grace Zimmerman 77
14t. Meg Rossouw 79
21t. Rayna Oosterhuis 82
21t. Lexi Knight 82