LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla. - Leatherneck women's golf concluded day two of the Pat Bradley Invitational on Monday (Oct. 22). Western was led by Kristi Tschudin on the second day of play as the junior fired a 75 in round two and currently sits in a tie for 17th-place with a two-round total of 153 (78, 75).
As a team, the Purple & Gold are in 11th-place through the first 36-holes. Western had a 314 on day two as a team and have a 633 (319, 314) through the first two rounds.
Senior Emily Brink shot an 81 on day two and is in a tie for 39th-place with a 159 (78, 81) through two days. Sophomore Jessica Knepp fired an 80 in round two, her second 80 of the tournament, and is in a tie for 44th with a 160.
Ashley Jeffers is currently one stroke behind Knepp with a two-day total of 161. The sophomore shot a 78 on day two to go with her 83 on the first day to put her in 49th-place individually. Senior Kelsea Visalli rounds out team play for the Leathernecks and sits in a tie for 65th with a two-round total of 168 (86, 82).
Playing as an individual for Western is senior Alexa Arent. The Appleton, Wis. native fired a 79 on day-two and is in a tie for 33rd-place with a 157 (78, 79).
The final round of the Pat Bradley Invitational will be held tomorrow morning (Oct. 23), beginning at 8:30 a.m. CT. Results and analysis will be available following the conclusion of the tournament.