Kansas Women's Golf in 11th Place After First Round of Sir Pizza Cards Challenge

Feb. 27, 2011

WESTON, Fla.—Freshman Thanuttra Boonraksasat is tied for 10th place and the Kansas women’s golf team is in 11th place following the first round of the Sir Pizza Cards Challenge in Weston, Fla., on Sunday. Boonraksasat carded a two-over par 74 to start the tournament.

Junior Katy Nugent is tied for 16th with a first round 76. Meghna Bal and Grace Thiry are tied for 53 after the seniors both shot an 81 in the first round.

After firing an 83 freshman Meghan Potee is tied for 59th.

Senior Jennifer Clark, competing as an individual, is tied for 69th after carding an 85 in the opening round.

Play will resume with the second round starting Monday at 7:30 a.m. central time.

Team Standings

1. Miami (FL)–303

t2. North Carolina State–305

t2. FIU–305

t4. Memphis–307

t4. Texas State–307

t6. Arkansas State–309

t6. East Tennessee State–309

8. Louisville–310

t9. South Florida–311

t9. Cincinnati–311

11. Kansas–312

12. UNC Wilmington–315

13. Mississippi State –318

14. Kansas State–324

Player Standings

t1. Marissa Steen (Memphis)–70

t1. Shena Young (South Florida)–70

t1. Courtney Manning (Arkansas State)–70

t1. Shelby Coyle (FIU)– 70

5. Patricia Arana (Miami)–71

6. Valdis Jonsdottir (Texas State)–72

t7. Sara-Maude Jonsdottir (Louisville)–73

t7. Sian Evans (East Tennessee State)–73

t7. Nina Muchl (East Tennessee State)–73

t10. Laverry Kumar (UNC Wilmington)–74

t10. Thanuttra Boonraksasat (Kansas)–74

Kansas Standings

t10. Thanuttra Boonraksasat–74

t16. Katy Nugent–76

t53. Meghna Bal–81

t53. Grace Thiry–81

t59. Meghan Potee–83

t69. Jennifer Clark–85