KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. - Charleston Southern continued to compete on the second day of the Kiawah Island Spring Classic as the Buccaneers took on the Oak Point Golf Course on Monday morning. The Buccaneers are 30th overall in the team standings through the first two rounds, while freshman Ellen Hume continues to sit among the tournament leaders.
Hume is tied for eighth overall after turning in a 74, 2-over par in her second round. The freshman bounced back from bogeys on the 11th and 13th holes to birdie 14 and 17 sit at even par on the back nine. She added birdies on the second and fourth holes to pace the Bucs on the day.
Daniela Intriago improved on her first round score by three strokes as the sophomore carded a 76, 4-over. The Guayaquil, Ecuador native posted birdies on the third and eighth holes to highlight her round and sit tied for 123rd overall in the field.
Andriel Aimua is third among the Bucs in the field after posting a second-round 85. The senior is tied for 179th overall after the first 36 holes.
Natalie Nelson is tied for 198th after turning in a second-round 83. Sydney Merchant improved on her first round by five strokes in carding a second round 81. She posted birdies on the eighth and 15th holes to sit tied for 212th overall in the field.
Charleston Southern closes out the final round of the Kiawah Island Spring Classic tomorrow morning on the Oak Point Golf Course with the team teeing off at 8:45 a.m.