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Martinez, Teare Leads LBSU On First Day In Las Vegas
Shawnee Martinez is tied for 21st after day one at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown.  (Photo by Cameron Fujimoto/LBSU)

Shawnee Martinez is tied for 21st after day one at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown. (Photo by Cameron Fujimoto/LBSU)

Oct. 27, 2013

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LAS VEGAS - Sophomores Shawnee Martinez and Kassidy Teare carded a 1-over-par 73 in the opening round of the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown to tie for 21st place, leading Long Beach State to 10th at Stallion Mountain Golf Club.


For most of the day, LBSU either led or shared the 17-team field with tournament host UNLV through the first 13 holes.  The 49ers would stumble in the standings from first to 10th as LBSU ran into trouble with their last five holes of the round.  The 49ers ended up posting an 18-hole score of 9-over 297 to hold a one-shot lead over No. 37-ranked Wisconsin (+10) in 11th and three strokes over No. 34 Denver (+12) tied for 13th.

The Rebels would hold onto first with an even-288, leading by two strokes over Minnesota and No. 48 San Diego State (+2) tied for second and three shots over No. 23 UCF (+3) in fourth.  Texas Tech is fifth at 4-over, while Nebraska is sixth at 7-over and Nevada, UC Irvine and Missouri tied for seventh at 8-over.

Martinez posted two birdies and 14 pars, while making one bogey and one double-bogey for the round.  Teare scored four birdies, nine pars and five bogeys en route to a 73.

Junior Chaewon Park finished just one-shot behind tied for 31st with a 74, while junior Ashley Greer is tied for 67th with a 77.  Greer sat on top of the leaderboard for most of the round as she was 1-under through the first 13 holes, recording a bogey free front-nine.  On her last five holes, Greer posted four consecutive bogeys and closed out the day with a double-bogey.

Senior Rochelle Chan is tied for 89th at 10-over.

Sophomore Janelle Sua, playing as an individual, tied for 52nd at 4-over 76.

Elin Arvidsson of Texas Tech leads the field of 95 players with a 2-under 70, holding a one-shot lead over seven players tied for second.

"The team is poised and ready to make a run in this tournament," head coach Joey Cerulle said.  "Adversity is something this team is going to have to overcome, especially with windy conditions we're expecting for Monday's second round."

Second round action continues on Monday, with the 49ers teeing off at 8 a.m. with Wisconsin and Kansas State from the 10th tee.

10 Long Beach State 297 297
T21 Shawnee Martinez (1) 73 73
T21 Kassidy Teare (2) 73 73
T31 Chaewon Park (3) 74 74
T67 Ashley Greer (4) 77 77
T89 Rochelle Chan (5) 82 82

 

Course:Stalllion Mountain Golf Club: Stallion Mountain     Par 72 - 6261 Yards
current 
position
team scoring rounds total 
score
to par thru today 1
1
  UNLV
E F  E 288 288
T2
  Minnesota
+2 F   +2 290 290
T2
48 San Diego State
+2 F   +2 290 290
4
23 UCF
+3 F   +3 291 291
5
  Texas Tech
+4 F   +4 292 292
6
  Nebraska
+7 F   +7 295 295
T7
  Nevada
+8 F   +8 296 296
T7
  UC Irvine
+8 F   +8 296 296
T7
  Missouri
+8 F   +8 296 296
10
  Long Beach State
+9 F   +9 297 297
11
37 Wisconsin
+10 F   +10 298 298
12
  Kansas State
+11 F   +11 299 299
T13
  Fresno State
+12 F   +12 300 300
T13
34 Denver
+12 F   +12 300 300
T13
  Furman
+12 F   +12 300 300
16
  New Mexico
+13 F   +13 301 301
17
  Idaho
+19 F   +19 307 307

 

Individuals
Pos. Player (Team) Rd 1 Total
T9 Vivian Chen (UNLV ) 72 72
T43 Kristina Lynn (San Diego State ) 75 75
T52 Paola Robles (UCF) 76 76
T52 Janelle Sua (Long Beach State) 76 76
T52 Dea Mahendra (New Mexico) 76 76
T67 Kate Gallagher (Missouri) 77 77
T80 Katerina Prorokova (UNLV ) 79 79
T86 Michelle Cheung (Wisconsin) 81 81
T86 Kassidy Long-Goheen (Idaho) 81 81
92 Amy Alston (San Diego State ) 83 83
93 Cassidy Stelzmiller (Nebraska) 85 85

 


 

 

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