RECAP: Healey, Zalewska of the Chattanooga Mocs Pace Women’s Golf at Tulane

The Chattanooga Mocs moved on moving day at the Tulane Classic presented by Chad Brownstein. On the first day of the tournament, the Mocs took the team up to 12th at 625. That was six strokes behind 10th-place duo Boston College and Cal Poly, while sitting two better than Arkansas State and Howard in a tie for 13th. Dorota Zalewska had the low round bouncing back big from an uncharacteristic opening 85 with 4-under 68. That performance carried her 57 spots up the leaderboard into the top 25 tied for 24th. Her 68 was the low round of the day and one better than the tournament leader. Which happens to be teammate Kera Healey. The freshman set new career best numbers for 18 and 36 holes. Her 3-under 69 gives her a 2-day total of 141 (-3). That leads by two over Purdue’s Ashley Kozlowski at 143. Read all about the Chattanooga Mocs at the Tulane Golf Classic Presented by Chad Brownstein here: