March 3, 2014
Rite of Spring: Women's Golf Returns (BU Today)
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. - Freshman Adela Cejnarova fired a one-under 71 and three others carded a 76 as the Boston University golf team completed the second round of the Kiawah Island Classic on Monday hosted by the College of Charleston.
The Terriers combined for a score of 299, which is the third time they have broken 300 in program history; the other two times came this past fall. BU tied second-place High Point for the best round of the day and currently sits in 11th place with a two-day score of 613 (314-299). Monday's total is also the lowest score relative to par in program history; BU was +11 on the par-72 course.
Cejnarova's 71 was the second-lowest total of the day and helped her move into a tie for 12th overall with a score of 149 (78-71). Junior Kristyna Pavlickova, senior Christine Silen and sophomore Emily Tillo each shot 76 on Monday. For Silen, her 76 ties a career low. Monday also marked the first time ever that all four Terriers carded a 76 or better.
Pavlickova and Tillo are tied for 28th with a score of 152 after each player fired back-to-back rounds of 76. Silen has totaled 160 (84-76) after two days and junior Flor Canedo has carded a 168 (87-81). The Terriers have combined for 18 birdies through two rounds and Tillo holed a 35-foot putt for eagle on Sunday.
BU will conclude the 54-hole event on Tuesday. The Terriers were one of 19 teams to make it to the championship flight of the tournament.