Johnson City, Tenn. -- The East Tennessee State women's golf team is in 23rd place after the second round of the Unlimited Potential/Bay Tree Classic from Bay Tree Golf Plantation in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The Bucs shot 338 as a team and are 48 shots behind second round leader, UNC Wilmington. The Seahawks moved up from fourth on Saturday to take the lead.
Senior Catalina Zuluaga continues to lead the Bucs after shooting a second-round 83, landing her in a tie for 52nd place. Mimmie Dymling and Kristen Fletcher both shot 84's on Saturday, Dymling is in a tie for 79th, Fletcher is in a tie for 107th. Also in a tie for 107th is freshman Alysa Few, who shot a 87 on Saturday. Rounding out ETSU's day is freshman Danielle O'Reilly, who shot a second-round 88.
The Unlimited Potential/Bay Tree Classic from Bay Tree Golf Plantation in Myrtle Beach, S.C. concludes on Sunday.