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Solid first day has Jennies in contention at NCAA Super Regional

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Jennies Golf had a solid round on the first day of the NCAA Super Regional at Minnehaha Country Club. The Jens shot a team total of 31-over par on the par 71 course and sit in seventh place overall, just seven shots back of the leader.

After starting five-over on the first three holes, Olivia Sobaski rebounded to play even par the rest of the way en route to an opening round 76. She is five-over par and tied for ninth individually to lead UCM. Taelyn Entriken was two strokes back of Sobaski in a tie for 18th place at seven-over par with a 78. Elizabeth Leath was a shot further back with a 79. She is tied for 23rd at eight-over par.

Kelly Welker shot an 11-over par 82 and is tied for 45th, while Jordan Rehkow is tied for 60th at 17-over par after an opening round 88.

Missouri Western leads the team race at 24-over par with a team total of 308. Arkansas Tech is one shot back of the Griffons at 25-over par as just eight shots separate the top nine teams. Anna Pool of Central Oklahoma and Savannah Stone of Concordia-St. Paul are the individual leaders after the first round at three-over par. Fourteen players are within two shots of the lead.

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