Cal State Fullerton women’s golf takes fourth in day one of season-opening tournament

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(Kelly Gorham / University of Montana Sports Media)

Cal State Fullerton women’s golf finished fourth on the first day of its first tournament of the season, finishing 19-over par 576 overall. North Dakota State placed first with a score of 8-over par 576.

Though Montana placed sixth overall in the day, Grizzly junior Baylee Barckley finished first individually with a 2-under par 144.

Fullerton also had top rankings of its own. Junior Pauline Welker tying for fifth overall with a 1-over par 144. Welker finished in second place in round one, 3-under par 72 and round two with a 4-over par 72.

In second place for the team was sophomore Elsa Lundquist, who finished tied for 14th place with 4-over par 144. Lundquist finished the first round tied for 31st place with 7-over par 72 before picking it up in round two with a 3-under par 72.

Senior Brittany Farrell placed third for the team and tied for 19th place overall with an 8-over par 144. In round one Farrell finished tied for 15th with a score of 3-over par 72 and round two with 5-over par 72.

As a team, Fullerton placed third with 11-over par 288 in round one, and dropped down one spot after round two.

The Titans will continue the Battle at Old Works tournament at Anaconda Montana today.

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