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Lewis Nunn lead Arkansas in first event of 2005

BY ANDRES FOCIL
Lewis Nunn lead Arkansas in first event of 2005

Jump to complete results FAYETTEVILLE – The University of Arkansas women’s golf team’s youth movement paced the Lady Razorbacks to a tie for seventh place after the first round of the Mason Rudolph Invitational in Nashville, Tenn., Friday. Sophomore all-American Stacy Lewis carded a two-under 70 and is tied for seventh while freshman Lucy Nunn was even on the par-72 Ironhorse Course at the Legends in her first collegiate event. “Stacy played outstanding today,” said Arkansas head coach Kelley Hester. “I’m really proud of our effort today. We were a little rusty but came back really well. We can’t wait to see how much we can improve tomorrow.” Senior Courtney Mahon is tied for 33rd overall with a 74, followed by sophomore Ashley Medders who is tied for 40th with a 77. Senior Amanda McCurdy rounded out Arkansas’ scoring with a 77 to stand tied for 56th overall. Senior Lindsey Hinshaw, competing as an individual, posted a first-day 76 and is tied for 49th overall. As a team, the 11th-ranked Lady Razorbacks are tied for seventh overall posting a first-day 291. Number 29 Vanderbilt leads the field on their home course with a nine-under 279. Top-ranked Duke and No. 4 Georgia are tied for second with rounds of 286 followed by No. 7 Arizona State in fourth at 287. Twenty-second-ranked Wake Forest rounds out the top five with an even 288. Arkansas checked in tied for seventh overall with a first-day 291 matching fifth-ranked Auburn. Play continues Saturday and Sunday.



Sports Category : Golf (W)