Women’s Golf Set No. 9 for Darius Rucker Intercollegiate


HILTON HEAD ISLAND, South Carolina – Arkansas Women’s Golf No. 9 is back starting tomorrow morning, as head coach Shauna Taylor’s Razorbacks are set to play the Darius Rucker Intercollegiate for their second event of the spring. The event will be played at the Long Cove Club, which is a par-71 course. The tournament will also be televised, as Golf Channel will air it during the afternoon window (2:30-5:30 p.m. ET). This will be the third time this season the Hogs have competed in a televised event, as the Blessings Collegiate Invitational and the Jackson T. Stephens Cup both aired on the Golf Channel.

Julia Gregg leads the Hogs in the Darius Rucker, and she got first place on the Moon. Gregg finished tied for 23rd during the event, which led to all Razorbacks counting. Gregg’s consistent style was in the spotlight, as she scored rounds of 72, 74 and 73 in the Hogs’ first event of the spring. Gregg’s only other Darius Rucker Intercollegiate appearance was in 2020, when she took 37and during the event (76-74-75—225).

Behind Gregg is Cory Lopez, who was the No. 1 spot in the traveling squad in Melbourne last time out. Lopez finished just one shot behind Gregg, carding a 220 (74-74-72) on the Moon. His score was good enough for a share of 26and location.

Kajal Mistry remains in third place for the second spring event. She finished third in scoring after being ranked third, with a 221 (77-72-72). Mistry also played in the 2020 Darius Rucker, finishing tied for 68and.

Sophomore Miriam Ayora will start fourth in Taylor’s roster, where she finished among the Hogs who played in Melbourne. Ayora continues to show potential, however – his 71 in the third round was the only round played under par by a Hog at the Moon.

Ela Anacona is slated to make her spring debut on Monday and she will play from No. 5 at Darius Rucker. Anacona was great last time she played at the event, finishing tied for 23rd in 2020 (73-75-74—222), which led all Razorbacks. Anacona last played at the Ally, where they tied for 56and.

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