Hawks' Oh stands in fourth after day one
Oct. 18, 2017


BERLIN, Maryland The University of Maryland Eastern Shore womens golf team teed it up for round 1 of the second annual Maryland Eastern Shore Collegiate Golf Challenge on Tuesday (Oct. 17). It was the team’s first home event since its formation early this season.

Filled with excitement and some nerves, junior Josephina Oh (Severn, Maryland) led The Shore with an 85 (13 over par) and landed in a five-way tie for fourth place after the first round on the Newport Course (par 72) at Ocean City Golf Club.

The leader in the clubhouse for the women’s division is Rachelle Orme of Savannah State in first with a score of 75. Jakari Harris (84) and Lauren Price (84)— both of Hampton University — tied for second, and there was a tight five-way tie for fourth among student-athletes from all the schools competing.

Hawks freshman Morgan Miner (Fort Washington, Maryland) shot a 93 (21 over par) and stands 11th. Senior Jasmin Cunningham (Atlanta, Georgia) fired a 22-over-par 94 for solo 12th.

Savannah State leads the team competition with a 333, followed by Hampton at 338 and Eastern Shore at 399.



The Hawks will work to improve their standings on the leaderboard on Wednesday during their second round on the Seaside course.

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