Truman State women's golf is 8th after the first round of the Drury Invitational
Junior Courtney Cisler's first-round 83 paced the Truman women's golf team on Monday during round one at the Drury Invitational, as the Bulldogs turned in a 355 team score after the first 18 holes of play.
Cisler went out in 38 before turning in a 45 on her back-nine to lead the 'Dogs, while sophomore Kim Barmettler also broke 90 with her first-round 88.
Junior Riley Keltner (90) and sophomore Olumayomide Coker (94) also saw their scores count towards the team total, while freshman Clare Munie turned in a 96 in her first collegiate round. Sophomore Alex Reiser, playing as an individual, shot a first-round 98.
The Bulldogs are in eighth place as a team, trailing tournament-leader Drury's round one score of 309. The second and final round will take place beginning Tuesday morning at Silo Ridge Golf Course.
Courtesy Truman State University