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Career Day for Polo in Puerto Rico
Polo shoots career low of 70.

Polo shoots career low of 70.

Feb. 17, 2014

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Lucia Polo continued her dominance of the Caribbean on Monday. The freshman from Guatemala shot a career low round of 70 (-2) at the Lady Puerto Rico Classic.

"I played solid all day and I'm really happy with how I behaved on the golf course," Polo said. "I'm looking forward to trying it again tomorrow."

Polo was in the Central America/Caribbean region twice over the winter break. During her visits, she captured two tournament championships while playing for her country of Guatemala. After two rounds in Puerto Rico, Polo is tied for ninth place at even par.

Despite Polo's career day, the Tennessee women's golf team slipped to tenth place in the standings. The Lady Vols connected on 13 birdies en route to replicating their first round score of 300 (+12). UT currently sits with a two-day total of 600 (+24).

After leading the Lady Vols on Sunday, Chessey Thomas fell into a tie for 19th after a second round 74 (+2). Thomas has experienced the yin and yang of the Rio Mar River Course. Over two days, she has accumulated a front nine total of 6-over par while shooting 3-under par on the back nine.

Juniors Daeun Song and Mason Chen both carded a second round 76 (+4). Competing as an individual, Song recovered from a rough start to birdie three out of her last five holes. Meanwhile, Mason Chen took a roller coaster ride through the Puerto Rico Classic course as she recorded six birdies, eight bogeys and one double bogey.

Sisters Hannah Pietila and Emmie Pietila rounded out the Tennessee lineup. Hannah Pietila played solid for most of her second round except for three costly double bogeys. She finished with a score of 80 (+8) while Emmie Pietila carded an 88 (+16).

The story of the tournament thus far is the dominance of the University of Arkansas. The Razorbacks have a 13 strokes lead heading into final round. In addition, Arkansas has three ladies tied for second place individually.

Tennessee will wrap up its stay in Puerto Rico when the final round tees off on Tuesday at 7:30 a.m. (ET).

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Volunteer fans can continue to keep up with the team by following @LadyVol_Golf on Twitter.

TEAM SCORES (Through Two Rounds)
1. Arkansas 288-283--571 (-5)
2. GRU Augusta 297-287--584 (+8)
3. Northwestern 301-290--591 (+15)
4. Georgia 298-294--592 (+16)
T-5. Iowa State 296-298--594 (+18)
T-5. NC State 297-297--594 (+18)
7. Auburn 298-298--596 (+20)
8. Purdue 306-291--597 (+21)
9. Alabama 295-303--598 (+22)
10. Tennessee 300-300--600 (+24)
11. Kent State 305-296--601 (+25)
12. Texas Tech 307-295--602 (+26)
13. Michigan 304-307--611 (+35)
14. Missouri 315-297--612 (+36)
15. TCU 308-307--615 (+39)
INDIVIDUAL LEADERS (Through Two Rounds)
1. Aurora Kan, Purdue 71-68--139 (-5)
T-2. Emily Tubert, Arkansas 68-73--141 (-3)
T-2. Gaby Lopez, Arkansas 73-68--141 (-3)
T-2. Emma Lavy, Arkansas 73-68--141 (-3)
UT SCORES (Through Two Rounds)
T-9. Lucia Polo 74-70--144 (E)
T-19. Chessey Thomas 73-74--147 (+3)
*T-34. Daeun Song 74-76--150 (+6)
T-38. Mason Chen 75-76--151 (+7)
T-67. Hannah Pietila 78-80--158 (+14)
81. Emmie Pietila 84-88--172 (+28)

 

 

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