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Sophomore Sadie Martin was 10 shots better on her second 18 during first-day action at the HBU Husky Invitational.
Martin leads UND in Lone Star State
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Updated: Friday 03/31/2014 21:07:59 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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HOUSTON -- The North Dakota women's golf team played 36 holes on Monday as 13 teams opened play at the 2014 Houston Baptist Husky Invitational. Sophomore Sadie Martin led UND with a two-round total of 164 (+20), improving her first round score by 10 strokes in her closing 18 holes.

Freshman Alexis Guggisberg was only a stroke off of Martins' pace and was consistent her in two rounds closing with an 82 (+10) after opening with an 83 (+11).

There is a three-way top on the team standings after Louisiana-Monroe, Lamar and Central Arkansas all turned in 36-hole scores of 619 (+43). Host Houston Baptist is six shots back in fourth.

UND improved from round one to round two by shooting a 336 after opening with a 340. The Green and White will wrap up the HBU Husky Invitational with third-round play on Tuesday.

Top 5 Teams
1.    Louisiana-Monroe (308-311 = 619, +43)
       Lamar (309-310 = 619, +43)
       Central Arkansas (313-306 = 619, +43)
4.    Houston Baptist (312-313 = 625, +49)
5.    Incarnate Word (317-319 = 636, +60)
12.  North Dakota (340-336 = 676, +100)

UND Individuals
t37.  Sadie Martin (87-77 = 164, +20) 
t42.  Alexis Guggisberg (83-82 = 165, +21)
t53.  Mikayla Kromy (84-85 = 169, +25)
t70.  Dani DelGreco (86-92 = 178, +34)
75.   Emma Kishel (100-94 = 194, +50)

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