DATAW ISLAND, S.C. – Bridgewater College pinned three golfers in the top 25 to propel the women's golf team to a fifth-place showing after the opening round of the 2014 TaylorMade/Adidas Intercollegiate at the Morgan River Golf Course.
Bridgewater carded a team total of +56, 344, on the opening day at the par 72-5,820-yard course. The Eagles fired two birdies and parred a total of 22 holes on the day.
Sophomore Andrea Walker led the way for the Eagles with a 13-over, 85. Walker came through the front nine with a 41 before falling back to 44 on the back. On the day, Walker tied for the best score on the par 5's after earning a par score on the course's four par-five holes. Walker parred eight holes on the afternoon and currently resides in 11th place on the individual leaderboard.
A pair of Eagles tied for the second scoring spot as sophomore Marin Warring and freshman Danielle Cook each shot identical +22, 94, rounds. Warring was one of the top par-3 scorers, carding a one-over score on the course's four par-3 holes. Warring and Cook are both tied for 25th place overall after 18 holes of action.
Freshman Kamilla Voznuk was Bridgewater's fourth scorer on the day, firing a +29, 101. Voznuk's 101 marks the lowest single-round score of her young career, eclipsing her former best round by three strokes. After the opening round of play, Voznuk resides in a tie for 31st place on the individual leaderboard.
Finally, junior Abby Daniels also competed on the opening day and turned in a season-best round. Daniels carded a +32, 104, to reside in 37th place overall. The 104 for Daniels is her lowest-round of the season, two strokes under her previous low score for the 2013-14 campaign.
Hardin-Simmons University's Dylan Dawson is the day-one leader in the clubhouse at five-over, 77.
The University of the Cumberlands is the team leader after 18 holes after carding a team total of +34, 322. Cumberlands leads Wittenberg by 13 strokes entering the final day of competition.
Final round play from the Morgan River Golf Course is set for a 10 a.m. tee time.