PALOS VERDES ESTATES, Calif. – The Buckeyes are tied for second place after the first round of the Therese Hession Regional Challenge, presented by Northrop Grumman, at Palos Verdes Golf Club. Ohio State shot a team score of 286 (+2) on Sunday.
Kary Hollenbaugh led the Buckeyes, firing a 3-under 68 during the first round of play. It is the best round of her collegiate career so far. She is in a tie for second place with three other players, including No. 1 world amateur Rose Zhang of Stanford.
Lauren Peter shot 71 to finish the day even. She is tied for 13th place.
Caley McGinty carded a 72 (+1) on the first 18 holes of play and is tied for 17th place.
Jillian Bourdage is tied for 44th place; she shot a 75 (+4) in round one.
Aneka Seumanutafa finished the day with a score of 76 (+5). Suemanutafa is tied for 56th.
Emily Hummer and Faith Choi are competing as individuals. Hummer carded a 72 (E) and Choi shot 81 (+10). Hummer is tied for 17th place and Choi is tied for 79th place.
The Buckeyes play the second round of the Therese Hession Regional Challenge on Monday, Feb. 13. Tee times begin at 9:00 a.m. PST.
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