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Miami Opens Play at the Minnesota Invitational

Miami Opens Play at the Minnesota Invitational

Round 1 (Team) | Round 1 (Individual)

WOODBURY, Minn. – On a cool and stormy afternoon in The Gopher State, the University of Miami golf team opened its 2019-20 campaign at the par 72, 6,297-yard Prestwick Golf Club.
Following a trio of weather delays, play was eventually halted four holes into the second round with Miami sitting in ninth at nine-over-par.
“The weather was terrible,” Miami head coach Patti Rizzo said. “On and off the course three times. They should have washed the second round and played all 18 tomorrow, but they elected to continue today’s round and still make it 36 holes. I am not happy with that. Needless to say, I’m a bit disappointed in our first round.”
Through 18, the Hurricanes were led by senior Renate Grimstad who capped the opening round at two-under, 70, sitting in a tie for fifth. Overall, the Bergen, Norway, native carded a quartet of birdies and posted 16 par or better holes.
With a pair of birdies in the opening round, junior Kristyna Frydlova sat at even-par and tied for 13th.
Rounding out the Hurricane’s lineup were freshman Franziska Sliper (tied for 38th, 75), sophomore Anna Backman (tied for 63rd, 78) and freshman Daniella Barrett (tied for 79th, 81).
Prior to action being postponed until Tuesday morning at 11 a.m. ET, Sliper collected her third birdie of the day and moved into a tie for 20th at two-over.
Live stats for tomorrow’s second round action will be available HERE.