Combs, Eagles Sit in Second After First Day
NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. – After the first day of competition at the Asbury Spring Invitational, Asbury’s women sit in second place with a team score of 370. Indiana Tech sits in first with a score of 353.
On Monday, Madison Combs led the team with an 83, which puts her just a stroke behind current leader Megan Garrison of Indiana Tech. Comb’s round was highlighted by nine pars, including pars on holes one, two, and four, all par-5s. Comb’s nine pars have her tied with Garrison for most pars so far at the tournament.
In addition to Combs’ 83, the Eagles recorded the following scores; Bethany Sonnier a 93, Emily Puckett a 95, Sarah Hagan a 99, and Jessica Pence a 101.
Asbury will look to continue their strong play tomorrow. Second round competition of the Asbury Spring Invitational will begin with a shot-gun start at 12:30 p.m.