Tech golfers fifth after first day of Frontier tourney

PHOENIX, Ariz. — The men’s and women’s golf teams both sit in fifth place after day one of the Frontier Conference Championship at the Ahwatukee Country Club in south Phoenix.

The men finished the day with a score of 634, just 14 strokes behind rival Carroll College. Junior Carson Brown shot an 80 and a 77 which was tied for 14th. Fellow Digger David Starcevich is not far behind in 17th place following an 81 and 79 performance.

Rocky Mountain College’s Daniel Thompsett leads the field after shooting 142 good for 2-under. Lewis-Clark State holds a 14-stroke lead over Westminster College for first place.

Senior Danielle McCully continued to shoot well for the women shooting 170 (87, 83) on the day good for 10th and just seven strokes from third. Freshman Taryn Campbell is right in the mix of things after finishing just two strokes behind McCully at 14th.

Rocky’s Kayla Clancy shot 9-over on day number one to pace the field. Clancy is just two strokes ahead of LCSC’s Karina Davila.

The Warriors were tied for first with Carroll College after the first hole; however LCSC shot 19-strokes better in the second round to take a 15-stroke lead and sole possession of the lead.

The final rounds of the Frontier Conference Tournament will conclude tomorrow in Phoenix.

— Montana Tech Sports Information

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