Sealy Paces Women's Golf on First Day of Alamo Invitational

Oct. 30, 2011

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By Eric DeSalvo

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - The UCF women's golf team, led by freshman Monifa Sealy (Glencoe, Trinidad and Tobago), finished the first round of the Alamo Invitational in a tie for fifth after shooting a 6-over 297. Sealy paced the Knights with a career-best 3-under 69 on the Briggs Ranch Golf Course, and is in a tie for first individually with Fabiola Arriaga of host UT San Antonio.

Sealy wasn't the only freshman to have a stellar round for the Knights as Robyn Doig (Seaforth, Ontario) carded her first-career under par round with a 1-under 71 to finish the first round in a tie for fourth. The two top rookies combined for nine birdies on Sunday.

Sophomore Kaityln Price (Jacksonville Beach, Fla.) sits in a tie for 41st after a +4 76. Rounding out the lineup for the Knights was freshman Katie Mitchell (+6 78) and junior Carolin Pinegger (+7 79).

Individually for the Knights, Jordan Hage (Winter Park, Fla.) capped off the day in 77th.

The Knights will tee off in round two beginning at 10:10 a.m. EDT.

Team Scores
1. TCU 288 (E)
2. Kentucky 290 (+2)
3. UTSA 293 (+5)
T5 Nebraska 294 (+6)
T5 UCF 294 (+6)

Individual Scores
T1 Monifa Sealy 69 (-3)
T4 Robyn Doig 71 (-1)
T41 Kaitlyn Price 76 (+4)
T57 Katie Mitchell 77 (+5)
T60 Carolin Pinegger 78 (+6)