Athletic News

April 12, 2010
For immediate release:

Huntingdon College
News Release

Lovvorn’s Collegiate Low Helps Lady Hawks to Sixth Place after Opening Round of Huntingdon Invitational

PRATTVILLE, Ala.—Sophomore Tiffany Lovvorn posted a collegiate-best round of 87 to lead the Huntingdon women’s golf team to sixth place in the standings of the Huntingdon Hawk Invitational after round one, at the par 72, 5,816 yard Prattville Country Club on Monday.

The Lady Hawks posted an opening-round score of 382 and trail the tournament leader Birmingham-Southern by 49 strokes, after the Lady Panthers posted a 333 on Monday. West Georgia is in second place following a 342, while Piedmont rounds out the top-three with a score of 356.

Lovvorn is tied for 12th in the 39-player field, cutting three strokes off her previous career best. Sophomore Kaitlin Rozof is in 19th place after posting a 94, while freshman Ali Hamil is tied for 23rd, following a 97. Sophomore Alex Foster and Amanda Houston rounded out the scoring for the Lady Hawks, posting rounds of 104 and 108, respectively. Freshman Sarah Senter played as an individual and posted a 102.

Ashley Lovell and Jennifer Commander, each from Birmingham-Southern, lead the tournament individually, after posting 78 in the opening round. The duo leads Tennessee State’s Jamie Pierce by two strokes entering the final round.

The final round of the Huntingdon Hawk Invitational will be played on Tuesday, beginning at 8:30 a.m. with a shotgun start.

1. Birmingham Southern—333
2. West Georgia—342
3. Piedmont—356
4. Tennessee State—359
5. Alabama State—362
6. Huntingdon—382
    t-12. Tiffany Lovvorn—87
    19. Kaitlin Rozof—94
    t-23. Ali Hamil—97
    t-28. Sarah Senter (I)—102
    30. Alex Foster—104
    32. Amanda Houston—108

7. Spelman—545


Tim Lutz
Sports Information Director
Phone: (334) 833-4579


Hodge Patterson
Sports Information Director
Phone: (334) 833-4579

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