ISU women’s golf in second after opening round at Hurricane Invitational


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Nattapan Siritrai, sophomore on the ISU women’s golf team, practices her swing.

Tyler Julson

With one round completed, the ISU women’s golf team finished with three out of five golfers turning in a score of par or better and are in second place in team standings.

The Cyclones finished Monday’s round at the Hurricane Invitational in Miami, Fla., with a total team score of 281 (-3). They find themselves in second place on the team scoreboard and only four strokes behind the leader, Northwestern, who shot a score of 277 (-7).

Three Cyclones posted scores that were at even par or better. They were led by sophomore Nattapan Siritrai, who finished with a score of 68 (-3). The two other golfers were freshman Parinda Phokan and freshman Chayanit Wangmahaporn, who shot rounds of 69 (-2) and 71 (E) respectively.

The top of the individual leaderboard is held by Northwestern sophomore Hannah Kim with a score of 67 (-4). There are three golfers tied for second place including Iowa State’s Nattapan Siritrai.

Tournament play continues through March 2. Check back with the Iowa State Daily for coverage and results.