The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) women's golf team collected a combined score of 311 on day one of the 2018 NCAA Division III Championship Tournament at the Mission Inn Resort at El Campeón Golf Course in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. on Tuesday.
CMS and Williams are tied for the overall team lead after day one action at the NCAA Championship in the field of 25 squads. Charlotte Simpson of Carnegie Mellon shot the low round of the day - an even-par 73, while Cordelia Chan and Holly Davenport of Williams, and Jane Hopkinson-Wood of Wittenberg tied for second overall with scores of 75.
Margaret Loncki and Kelly Ransom led the Athenas with rounds of 77 and tied for sixth overall, while Mira Yoo shot a 78 on day one. Emma Kang was one stroke behind Yoo with a Tuesday score of 79, and Emily Attiyeh rounded out the team with a first day total of 83. All four of CMS's scoring golfers finished in the top 15.
Competiting as an individual, Redlands' Caroline Ordian posted a day one score of 78 and finished tied for 11th overall.
Championship action resumes Wednesday morning at El Campeón Golf Course.