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Day One, At The Turn

BY ANDRES FOCIL
Day One, At The Turn

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — After a nearly four hour rain delay it took the fourth-ranked University of Arkansas just over three-and-a-half hours to play the first nine holes at the rain-soaked SEC Women’s Golf Championship in Birmingham, Ala., Friday. Arkansas made the turn tied for second overall with No. 7 Alabama with the Razorbacks and Crimson Tide both trailing LSU at this point. The first flight of teams was able to tee off at their scheduled times but overnight rains had already drenched the course before a heavy morning rain suspended play. Sophomore Regina Plasencia leads the Razorbacks and is one-under through the first nine. She is tied for fourth at this point. Sophomore Gabriela Lopez and seniors Emily Tubert and Emma Lavy were all plus-two and freshman Summar Roachell is plus-six at the halfway point. Play continues through the intermittent showers. Darkness is nearing and it is unlikely that all the teams will finish tonight. Check back soon for more updates as the round progresses. For more information on Arkansas women’s golf, follow @RazorbackWGolf on Twitter.



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