Vikings 11th After Day One At Richmond

Vikings 11th After Day One At Richmond

Oct. 16, 2006

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RICHMOND, Va. - Cleveland State is in 11th place after the first round of the Spider Invitational. Richmond is hosting the 12-team event at the 6,038 yard, par 72 Tradition course at Virginia Crossings.

Virginia's `B' team leads at 311, while Campbell is in second place at 316 and High Point stands third at 319. The Vikings posted a 362.

High Point's AnnMarie Dalton leads the race for medalist after firing a 74. James Madison's Diana Meza turned in a 75, while Virginia's Kristin Simpson and Whitney Neuhauser both carded a 76. Freshman Katie Broere paced CSU with an 86 to stand in a tie for 37th.

The tournament concludes with 18 holes on Tuesday morning.

CSU Individuals
T37. Katie Broere 86
T52. Amanda Glatfelter 90
T59. Ashley Davidson 93
T59. Laren Beese 93
66. Mallory Wyderka 101