CSU ready for UNF Collegiate this Monday and Tuesday

CSU ready for UNF Collegiate this Monday and Tuesday

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Charleston Southern continues its spring slate Monday and Tuesday in Jacksonville at the UNF Collegiate. The event begins with 36 holes Monday morning and wraps up with final round play Tuesday at the Jacksonville Golf and Country Club.

CSU LineupHayley McNeill, Milleina Ohara, Emelie Flink, Andriel Aimua, Daniela Intriago

Field (17 Teams): Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Charleston Southern, Chattanooga, Daytona State, Delaware, Eastern Kentucky, Murray State, North Florida, Old Dominion, Samford, Stetson, South Alabama, Toledo, UAB, Western Kentucky, Xavier, 

Course: Jacksonville Golf and Country Club – Jacksonville, Fla. – Par 72 – 5,926 yards

Live Scoringwww.Golfstat.com

Tee Times: Monday's First & Second Rounds – 8:30 a.m. Shotgun start - 36 holes of continuous play

Tuesday's Final Round – 8:30 a.m. - Shotgun start – 18 holes

Powered by Hayley McNeill's T-13th place effort, CSU earned a strong T-13th place team finish in last week's Edwin Watts/Kiawah Island Spring Classic, billed as the largest event in collegiate golf. CSU head coach Matt Cram-Smith was very encouraged by the mettle his team showcased and hopes the Bucs will deliver more of the same over the next two days.

"The girls had really great chemistry last week and I'm hoping to see more of the same the next couple of days and throughout the spring," Cram-Smith said. "We've been working a lot on the mental aspect of the game and I thought we really showed some improvement there at Kiawah. The girls are confident and they know this course well so we feel good about the tournament."

McNeill was named Big South Golfer of the Week this past Friday after posting a +2 composite score at Kiawah. Classmates Milleina Ohara and Emelie Flink also turned in some solid golf for CSU.

Andriel Aimua and Daniela Intriago, looking to build off the experience they gained this fall, also delivered some solid contributions for the Bucs.

Following this week's tourney, CSU will next be in action in two weeks at the Briar's Creek Invitational.

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