No. 8 Bears Fire Four Mid-70 Rounds at Dan Quayle Classic

Photo by Mary Butkus/WUSTL Photos
Photo by Mary Butkus/WUSTL Photos

Danville, Ind. Sept. 29, 2018 – The No. 8-ranked Washington University in St. Louis women's golf team shot an opening round 300 at the Dan Quayle Collegiate Classic Saturday afternoon and sits in second place out of four teams to compete with Sunday's round remaining.

WashU is five strokes off the lead of host DePauw University (295). Indiana University is third with an opening round total of 330 while Spalding University is in fourth with 347 strokes. DePauw has multiple teams competing with its second squad totaling 327 strokes and third team posting 340.

Four Bears finished day one with scores in the mid 70s while junior Samantha Haubenstock led the squad with a two-over par 74. She was followed by a pair of freshmen in Julia Dai and Alyssa Kim's 75s. Posting the Bears fourth score in the 70s was senior Chloe DiPetrillo, who finished with a 76.

Rounding out the Bears lineup was freshman Lydia Tsai as she shot an 82. Competing individually from WashU were junior Emily Carnes (80), freshman Rachel Rhee (86) and senior Sabrina Ho (88).

WashU will close out the event tomorrow with action beginning at 8:30 a.m. (ET). Be sure to stay up to date on all your Bears scores and awards by following @WashUBears on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.