Kettering, OH (Sports Network) - Arizona combined to shoot 2-under-par 144 on
Tuesday and grabbed a 2-stroke lead after the opening round of the USGA
Women's State Team Championship.
In this event, three players represent each state, but the lowest two scores
comprise the state's total for the round.
Arizona's Hannah O'Sullivan propelled her state to the first-round lead,
matching the low round of the day with a 2-under 71 at NCR Country Club's
South Course. Stephanie Kim helped the cause with an even-par 73, while Kylee
Duede's 9-over 82 wasn't counted.
Florida grabbed second place at even-par 146, as both Meghan Stasi and Tara
Joy-Connelly carded 73s.
New Mexico resides in third place at 1-over 147, while Indiana sits in fourth
Kentucky's Lucy Nunn and Maryland's Bryana Nguyen matched O'Sullivan for the
low individual round at 2-under 71.
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