NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Paced by Katelyn Dunstan's 69, the Belmont women's golf team is tied for fifth after round one of the Town and Country Invitational held Monday at Nashville's McCabe Golf Course.
On a cool and cloudy October day, the Bruins carded a first round score of 295 to finish the day tied for fifth place with Austin Peay. They are 10 shots behind tournament leader Lipscomb and nine back of second place Troy.
Two Belmont golfers are among the top-20 after 18 holes. Sophomore Katelyn Dunstan maintained her solid play of the fall season by posting a one-under par 69 to finish the day in a tie for the individual lead with Tilde Rolandson of Cumberland. They are one shot ahead of three golfers – Troy's Elisabeth Preus and ShaeBug Scarberry and Morehead State's Sarah Black.
Fellow sophomore Cameron Fish is tied for 14th place after shooting a three-over par 73 in round one.
Freshman Lily Gulley is competing as an individual and she is tied for 38th place after carding a 78.
The second and final round will begin Tuesday morning at 8:30am. Lily Gulley will tee off at 8:40, while the rest of Belmont's golfers will begin their round at 9:40am.
Live scoring from the tournament can be found at BelmontBruins.com or Golfstat.com.