CLEVELAND, TENN – North Georgia, UNC Pembroke and Young Harris all finished play at the Lee Lady Flames Super Regional Preview in Cleveland, Tenn., on Tuesday. North Georgia led the league with a ninth-place finish while UNC Pembroke was 11thand Young Harris 12th. The tournament was played at the 5,957-yard, par-72 Cleveland Country Club.
UNG's Jordyn Sims finished the final round in a tie for 22nd individually.Sims finished with a three-round total of 236, which is the fourth-best 54-hole score in program history at 20-over-par. Anna Greer is now tied for fifth all-time in the same category after finishing one stroke back of Sims in the tournament.
As a team, the Nighthawks shot a 957, the third-best 54-hole team score in program history and just nine strokes behind the all-time record in UNG history.
No. 4 Barry won the tournament by 13 strokes over the host Flames. Lynn finished third, followed by Saint Leo and Florida Tech. Individually, Lee's Haverly Harrold won the tournament by two strokes, shooting a two-over 218 in the 54-hole event.
Sophomore Maddy Corley carded a 4-over-par 76 in Tuesday's final round to vault up 10 spots on the individual leaderboard and pace the UNC Pembroke golf team.
Corley (+20), who collected two birdies and seven pars in Monday's second round, equaled that feat again on Tuesday to finish among a tie for 22nd place on the individual leaderboard. Senior Alexandria Bare (+22) turned in a 7-over-par 79 on Tuesday to come away with a top-30 finish (T-29th) as well. Amanda Hamrin (+34) finished in a tie for 50th place, Katy Flax (+36) was among a three-way tie for 54th place and Casey Burroughs (+37) finished 57th.
The Braves (+105) equaled their second-round total on Tuesday by combining for a 326 amid a stacked field that included seven teams that were a part of Monday's initial top 25 by the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA), as well as two other teams that received votes for the poll.
Hannah Walker was the top Mountain Lion golfer as she tied for 16th place at 232 after posting an 80. Emma Andersson and Savannah Rainbolt tied for 35th place with a score of 241. Andersson had the low row of the day for the Mountain Lions with a 74, while Rainbolt fired an 81. Peyton Rich placed 59th after an 89 gave her a three-round score of 256.