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Barts takes medalist honors at Patsy Rendleman Invitational

Kaley Barts takes individual honors; Limestone wins team title

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…Catawba’s Kaley Barts, left, was medalist on Tuesday at the Patsy Rendleman Invitational, at the Country Club of Salisbury. At right is Patsy Rendleman. Oct. 8, 2019.

Catawba Sports Information

SALISBURY — Catawba’s Kaley Barts held on to take medallist honors at the Patsy Rendleman Invitational women’s golf tournament on Tuesday. Catawba hosted the event at the 5,973-yard, par-72 Country Club of Salisbury.

Barts followed her record 67 with a 76 on Tuesday, but took top honors by a single stroke over Alicia Fajardo, of Coker, and Katy Flax, of UNC Pembroke. Flax shot a 68 in the final round after an opening 76. Fajardo had rounds of 70 and 74 to finish a shot back on 144. Joining the trio on the all-tournament team was Caroline Hardee, of Lander, at 145, and Ebba Hoffman, of Limestone, at 146.

Limestone won the team title after a second-day 288 score. The Saints finished on 586, five shots ahead of UNC Pembroke, who also shot 288 on Tuesday. Catawba, the first-round leader, posted a 317 after its record 297 on Monday. The Lady Indians had a 614 total.

Barts shared the tournament lead with 10 birdies over the 36 holes. Haley Barajas, who played as an individual, recorded six birdies and placed 23rd with a 152 total.

Catawba travels to Dahlonega, Ga., next week for the LeeAnn Noble Memorial tournament at the Achasta Golf Club.

RENDLEMAN INVITATIONAL
1. Limestone 298-288=586
2. UNC Pembroke 303-288=591
3. Queens 302-299=601
4. Mount Olive 301-303=604
5. Tusculum 303-307=610
6t. Lenoir-Rhyne 298-314=612
6t. Montevallo 309-303=612
8. CATAWBA 297-317=614
9. Young Harris 314-303=617
10. Lander 306-316=622
11. Anderson 309-314=623
12. Coker 304-324=628
13. Belmont Abbey 315-318=633
14t. North Greenville 325-314=639
144. Erskine 319-320=639
16. King 323-323=646

Catawba Finishers
1. Kaley Barts, 67-76-143
37. Sandra Brink, 74-80=154
48. Alice Sylvin, 78-80=158
53. Sarah Coltrane, 78-81=159
68. Jaime Cassell, 82-81=153
*23. Hailey Barajas, 75-77=152
*89. Tyler Price, 97-95=192
*Playing as individuals

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