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at Centre Spring Invitational
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11 a.m.
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Round 2 Cancelled
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Denison leads at CMU after opening round

Lauren Danielson  |  Photo by Craig Hicks
Lauren Danielson | Photo by Craig Hicks

APOLLO, Pa.--  Denison is tied for the lead after round one of the Carnegie Mellon Fall Shoot Out at the Links at Spring Church.  After an opening round team total of 336, Denison finds themselves deadlocked with Allegheny College heading into Sunday's final round.

The Big Red was led by sophomore Lauren Danielson who carded 82 thanks to nine pars and one birdie.  Her birdie came on the 340-yard par 4, No. 3.

Following with an 83 was sophomore Emmy Timberlake. She fired a 38 on the front and birdied the 158-yard par 3, fourth.  Denison's third and fourth scores came from senior Sophie Kollin and first-year Megan Wong.  Kollin carded an 85 and Wong posted an 86 thanks to a pair of birdies in her round.  Nicole Wetoska ended with an 87 to finish just outside of the Big Red's top-four.

While Denison and Allegheny are tied at the top of the leaderboard, Alvernia and Carnegie Mellon are tied for third at 348.  Fifth place belongs to Saint Vincent (369) while Point Park (391) and Washington & Jefferson (403) round out the standings.