BOSTON, Mass. (September 23, 2019) – Rollins led the field by five strokes after the opening 18, but slid back to fourth by days end at the Boston College Intercollegiate.
The Tars fired a first round 293 and were up on Albany by five and Seattle by six. The second trip through Blue Hill Country Club wasn't as kind as Rollins' score of 309 puth them fourth of the tournament's 14 teams.
Seattle and Cal State Fullerton lead the way at 20-over while Albany is third at 21-over. Rollins (+26) is ahead of fifth-place Farleigh Dickinson by seven strokes.
Sophomore Jennifer Jung leads the Tars, sitting in eighth place at five-over for the event. Her opening round score of 74 was highlighted by two birdies and she came back with a 75 in the afternoon. Jung is just three shots out of the lead, held by Helga Einarsdottier of Albany and St. John's Laia Barro.
Lara van Staden spent much of Monday atop the leaderboard and is tied for 18th at eight-over. She posted an even-par 72 to open, trading three bogeys for three birdies. She then shot an 80 in the second round. Newcomer YeonJoo Kim is tied for 34th with rounds of 77-79 (+12).
Katharina Hess is playing as an individual and is 60th with two rounds of 82 (+20).
The Boston College Intercollegiate concludes with 18 final holes on Tuesday, September 25.