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Seton Hall Women’s Golf Begins NCAA Tournament Competition




The first day of the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Regionals is in the books for Seton Hall.

Senior Megan Tenhundfeld shot a 4-over-par 75 to lead the Seton Hall women’s golf team in the first round of the 2016 NCAA Stanford Regional at Stanford Golf Course on Thursday.

Tenhundfeld shot even-par on the front nine, collected three birdies on the day, and is currently tied for 42nd place among 96 individual golfers.

The Pirates fired a 26-over-par 310 and currently sit in 18th place, trailing Richmond and Cal-Riverside by just four strokes for 16th place.

Southern California, currently ranked second in the nation, leads the overall team standings at 3-over-par.  The top six teams in the field of 18 will qualify for the National Championship in Eugene, Oregon.

Fifth-year senior McKenzie Cutter finished just one stroke behind Tenhundfeld with a 5-over-par 76, with seven pars on the front nine and was just 1-over on the back nine.

Sophomore Cassie Pantelas had a 7-over-par 78 and senior Karlie Zabrosky and sophomore Macky Fouse completed Seton Hall’s scoring with a 10-over 81 and an 11-over 82 respectively.

The Pirates return to action Friday morning at 9:20 a.m. PT, teaming with golfers from Richmond and UC-Riverside.

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