CSU women's golf tied for third after first day of invitational

FROM STAFF REPORTSFebruary 9, 2014 

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- The Columbus State women's golf team finished the first day of the World Golf Invitational tied for third place out of 17 temas with a combined score of 314, 26 strokes over par.

Steph Charteris led CSU with a three-over 75, which left her tied for sixth individually.

Katie Cross finished six over at 78, good enough to put her tied for 17th.

Other scores for Columbus State were Courtney's Lowery's 80 (eight over), Ciera Bagley's 81 (nine over) and Jodi Henley's 87 (15 over). Lowerey is tied for 26th, Bagley is tied for 33rd and Henley is tied for 66th going into the second day of competition at the The Slammer and Squire golf course.

Play will resume today for the second and final round of the invitational.

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