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Junior Stephanie St-Jean is tied for first place and Toledo is just six strokes out of the lead following Friday's opening round.

Toledo Six Strokes Out of Lead After Day 1 of MACs; Stephanie St-Jean Tied for 1st

Courtesy: Toledo Athletics
Release: 04/25/2014
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FISHERS, IN – Junior Stephanie St-Jean is tied for first place and Toledo is just six strokes out of the lead following Friday’s opening round of the 2014 Mid-American Conference Women’s Golf Championship. The tournament is being played at the par-72, 6,127-yard Hawthowns Golf & Country Club.

“We played a lot of great golf today, and we’re in a good position being just six strokes behind a very talented Kent State team,” Head Coach Nicole Hollingsworth said. “I’m extremely proud of Stephanie and how she’s turned around her season the last two weeks with her performance at Ohio State and now today’s tremendous round. She’s playing with a lot of confidence and it’s great to see.”

St-Jean shot an even-par 72 thanks to sinking birdie putts on two of her last three holes to lead the Rockets to a team total of 14-over par 302. UT’s team score is just six strokes behind Kent State (296), the only school to win the league title in the 15 previous years it has been held.

St. Jean was one-under par on Hawthorns’ par-five holes, one-over par on par-four holes and even on the par-three holes.

Sophomore Sathika Ruenreong, who is Toledo’s stroke average leader at 74.3, shot a three-over par 75 and is tied for seventh place. Ruenreong registered 15 pars during her round, tying EMU’s Karyn Lee Ping for the most during today’s action.

Junior Jennifer Elsholz is tied for 13th place at five-over par 77, senior Kate Hoops is tied for 15th place at six-over par 78 and sophomore Manisa Isavas is tied for 30th place at 10-over par 82.

The tournament’s second round will be held tomorrow morning with the Rockets’ first tee time set for 9:40 a.m.

TEAM STANDINGS
1. Kent State 296 (+8); 2. Toledo 302 (+14); 3. Akron 313 (+25); T4. Eastern Michigan 314 (+26); T4. Northern Illinois 314 (+26); T6. Ball State 318 (+30); T6. Ohio 318 (+30); 8. Western Michigan 322 (+34); 9. Bowling Green 330 (+42)

TOP FIVE INDIVIDUALS
T1. Stephanie St-Jean (UT) 72 (E); T1. Wad Phaewchimplee (KSU) 72 (E); T3. Hailey Hyrnewich (Ohio) 73 (+1); T3. Josee Doyon (KSU) 73 (+1); T3. Karyn Lee Ping (EMU) 73 (+1)

TOLEDO INDIVIDUALS
T1. Stephanie St-Jean 72 (E); T7. Sathika Ruenreong 75 (+3); T13. Jennifer Elsholz 77 (+5); T15. Kate Hoops 78 (+6); T30. Manisa Isavas 82 (+10)

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