Feb. 2, 2013
Due to frost on the course in the morning, tee times were delayed by four hours and the day was shortened to 18 holes instead of back-to-back rounds.
Song finished in a tie for 16th at 7-over par (79), while Chen shot 12-over par 84 to come in a tie for 31st as the Tennessee duo got their first look at the course that is hosting the 2013 National Championship in May.
"Today was a great experience for Mason and Daeun on many levels," assistant coach Jan Dowling said. "They got to tee it up in a tournament early in the spring to knock the rust off, gain important knowledge on the 2013 NCAA championship golf course, and get a taste of division I college golf. Although they didn't finish the way they would have liked, they can take many positives away from today."
A total of 38 competitors from 13 different schools competed in the event.
Tennessee kicks off the spring season Feb. 15-17 in Tallahassee, Fla., at the Mash Up Invitational hosted by Florida State.