Salant, Williams women's golf among leaders in NCAA D-III meet


The second round of the NCAA Division III women's golf meet isn't technically over, but after the second day of play, Williams College is tied for seventh as a team and Georgiana Salant is atop the leaderboard.

The Ephs have shot a two-day total of 654 through their two rounds at Mission Hill Resort and Club at Howey-In-the-Hills, Fla. Some teams didn't finish their second round due to thunder delays and dark conditions, so Round 2 will be resumed at 7:30 Thursday morning.

Rhodes College holds its lead with a 634 total. Texas-Tyler is second with a 639.

Individually, Salant has the lowest score of any golfer in the field who has finished two rounds. She shot a 4-over par 76 on Wednesday, and is at 153 through two rounds. Two other golfers who started the day tied in fourth with Salant -- St. Thomas' Doyle O'Brien and McKenzie Parks of Carthage (Wis.) -- will complete their second rounds Thursday morning.

Williams' Sarah Hasselman is tied for eighth, having shot a 75 on Wednesday. She has a two-day total of 157.


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