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Sophomore Sadie Martin shot an 84 (+12) to pace UND in Saturday's opening round at the Xavier LPGA International.
UND wraps up round-one play at Xavier LPGA Int'l
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Updated: Friday 10/05/2013 20:29:12 (ET)
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Daytona Beach, Fla. - The North Dakota women's golf team wrapped up round one play on Saturday at the LPGA Xavier International. Sophomore Sadie Martin was the top UND golfer with an 84 (+12) as the 54-hole tournament got underway.

Martin's 84 was the best on the day that saw UND struggle to get on track. The team ended up with a 356 as fellow transfer Emma Kishel was the only other Green and White golfer to break 90. Daytona State College leads the 18-team field after firing a 300 (+12) on the opening day.

UND returns to the course on Sunday for the second round of the tournament being played at the home of the Ladies Professional Golf Association.

Top 5 Teams
1. Daytona State College (300, +12)
2. Morehead Staet (302, +14)
3. Xavier (304, +16)
4. Mercer (305, +17)
North Florida (305, +17)
18. North Dakota (356, +68)

UND Individuals
t68 Sadie Martin (84, +12)
t79 Emma Kishel (86, +14)
t88 Dani DelGreco (91, +19)
92 Mikayla Kromy (95, +23)
93 Amanda Fairweather (96, +24)

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