Jekyll Island, Ga.– Sophomore Meredith Moir led the Transylvania women's golf team through the second round of the Jekyll Island invitational on Saturday afternoon.
Moir followed up a team-low 78 in Friday's first round with a round of 82 on Saturday, and is currently tied for 26th place on the individual leaderboard with a score of +26. Moir's round was highlighted by a birdy on the third hole, and pars on three of the next four holes, good for a two-over par on the front nine. After struggling on the final three holes, Moir ended her day 10-over par.
Transylvania freshman Lexie Lamar scaled the leader board, as she jumped 32 spots in the standings on Saturday, as she shot a team low 77 after recording a first-round 89 on Friday. The stellar round led to a current score of +22 for Lamar, who now holds a tie for 57th place heading into the final round on Sunday. Lamar pared 12-of-18 holes on Saturday, while only recording six bogies.
Sophomore Jenna Soderling recorded a birdie on three, and ended her day shooting +11, taking her weekend score to +18, good for a four-way tie for 81st.
Transylvania Junior Keeley Goff rounds out the standing for the Pioneers, as she currently holds 155th place while shooting a +55 on the weekend.
The Pioneers currently hold 20th place in the overall team standings, after shooting a +119 through the first two rounds of the tournament, and are within striking distance of several teams heading into tomorrow's final round.
For more on Transylvania women's golf, follow @TransySports on Twitter