Kreuzer leads UIndy Fall Invite After Record-Setting Day

Kreuzer leads UIndy Fall Invite After Record-Setting Day

Carmel, Ind. - Lynn University's women's golf team is in fifth place after the first 36 holes but Helen Kreuzer has a three-stroke lead heading into the final round of the UIndy Fall Invitational.  Kreuzer set a program and course record by shooting a seven-under par 65 in the second round. 

INSIDE THE TOURNAMENT:
Standings:
 5th out of 15 teams
Location: Prairie View Golf Club | Camel, Ind.
Par / Yardage: 72 / 6,147
History at Event: First appearance
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HOW IT HAPPENED:

  • Lynn shot 307 in the opening round but improved 15-strokes in the latter half of the day for a 292.  The squad's 599 is one shot behind Limestone (598) for fourth and two shots ahead of Barry (601) in sixth.
  • Saint Leo has the overall lead at 581 with Findlay (584) second and host Indianapolis (590) in third.
  • Kreuzer has the overall lead at six-under par.  She logged a one-over 73 in the morning before her historic second round.  The Bensheim, Germany, product bookended her morning with four birdies but mixed in five bogeys in-between.  In the afternoon, Kreuzer connected on eight birdie putts for a nearly flawless scorecard, the one blemish being a bogey on hole No. 10.
  • Matilda Wahren is just within the top-10 with consecutive rounds of 73.  She traded two birdies with three bogeys in the morning and one birdie and two bogeys in the afternoon.
  • Amber Lee Svendsen shot 80-75 for a 155 total.  Her 75 included a clean back nine with two birdies and seven pars.
  • Sophomore Camila Ugalde and freshman Honor Keilty made their Blue and White debuts with Ugalde scoring 81-79=60 and Keilty shooting 83-82=165.

BEYOND THE SCORECARD:

  • Kreuzer's 65 set a new competitive course record for women at the Prairie View GC and tied the overall competitive course record.
  • Her 65 also bested teammate Matilda' Wahren's previous program-record low 66, set this past March.
  • Kreuzer is now the only golfer in program history with three rounds of 68 or better.  She was previously tied with Jessica Bradley, who had two rounds of 68.
  • Kreuzer is also going for her fourth tournament victory, which would give her sole possession of second place behind Bradley's seven wins.

UP NEXT:
The Fighting Knights start the final round at 8:45 am CT paired with Limestone and Barry.  Fans can keep up with live scoring at LynnFightingKnights.com.