Dap (85-87=172) carded her best two-round score of her career in her first tournament of the year. On the par-4, 7th, Dap used a driver off the box to 157-yards in and found the green in two. The redshirt-sophomore two putted for par. The wind came into play on the par-4, 10th, knocking down Dap’s second shot short into the left bunker by the green. The Murfreesboro native used an up-and-down to set up a tap in for par.
Bremer (91-87=178) registered the second highest score for TSU on Tuesday behind four up-and-downs and 35 putts. The sophomore transfer averaged under two-putts a hole for the tournament. After a 45 on the front nine, Bremer was able to settle in on the backside scoring a 42. Bremer matched her day one marks with five fairways and five greens.
Edwards (82-88=170) found success with three consecutive birdies from holes 14-16 and concluded play with the third highest amount made over the two-day event. The string started as Edwards found the green with a pitching wedge on her second shot on the par-4 hole. The freshman found the bottom of the cup from 15-feet away. Edwards followed with a 7-iron off the tee box on the 147-yard, par-3, sticking the shot a foot away for a tap-in birdie. The Murfreesboro product used a pitching wedge into the green and made a 12-footer on the par-4, 16th. Edwards finished the day with 11 fairways and 10 greens.
Needleman (91-90=181) was once again solid off the tee box for the second straight day finding nine fairways, 20 for the tournament. On the stingy par-4, 2nd, Needleman hit a sand shot from a steep greenside bunker to three inches of the hole to save par on a hole that surrendered just three birdies over the two-day event. The long uphill par-4, 9th, played as the third toughest hole of the invitational with over 80 above pars. After leaving her second shot short, Needleman used an up-and-down to set up a 10-foot putt saving par.One group before Needleman saw a Tiger record one of the four birdies on No. 9. Spicer (98-91=189) drained a 25-foot putt after finding the green with a 6-iron approach. The freshman cut seven strokes off her first round score with eight fairways and eight greens.