DANIELS – The West Virginia Wesleyan women's golf team are making a sterling debut in their first tournament under new head coach J.D. Lamm.
After day one at the Glade Springs Intercollegiate Tournament in Daniels, the Lady Bobcats are second in the team race, only five shots behind the University of Charleston.
Four of the five Wesleyan players were within two shots of each other, forging a tight pack on the scorecard.
Freshman Kylie Day was close behind with a solid 80.
"I am very proud of the way the women came out and competed today," Lamm said.
On the men's side, a pair of West Virginia Wesleyan golfers are high on the leader board after two rounds of golf.
With an even 100 golfers teeing it up for their various teams, freshman Colin Chapman has been impressive in his debut.
His second round score of 76 leaves him at eight-over par and sitting in 14th place. Teammate Nick West is 22nd at 10-over.
As a team, the Bobcats sit 13th out of 18 teams in the event.
The University of Charleston has the team lead entering the final round.
Both teams will close play in the tournament Tuesday morning.