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Limestone leads in Florida tournament

The Limestone Saints are one round away from winning their fourth tournament in a row.

The 3rd ranked Saints have a 1-shot lead over Lynn College going into the final round of the Lady Moc Classic being played in Lakeland, Florida.

The Saint’s are led by senior Pilar Martinez who is tied for third place at 1-under par. She trails Solange Gomez of West Florida by 3 shots.

Anderson University’s Jessica Rathbone is in second place 2-shots off the lead. The Trojan team is fourth, 9-shots behind the Saints.

Pilar Martinez is in third place going into the final round at the Lady Moc Classic. (Limestone Photo)
Wake Forest won the Palmetto Intercollegiate and Rachel Kuehn won her first college tournament title. (Wake Forest Twitter pic)

Wake Forest wins Palmetto Intercollegiate

Wake Forest easily won the Palmetto Intercollegiate on Kiawah Island’s Turtle Point course.

The Deacons were led by medalist Rachel Kuehn who finished 1-shot in front of her teammate Lauren Walsh.

Kuehn shot a final round 3-under par 69 for a 216 total to earn her first college championship.

Ivy Shepherd finished as the top Tiger at the Palmetto Intercollegiate finishing in 6th place. (GolfClub File Photo)

The Deacons finished with a 28 shot victory.

Clemson finished in 4th place while Furman finished in 5th.

Clemson’s Ivy Shepherd was 6th while teammate Alexandra Swayne earned a top-10 for the first time in her college career.

Lady Paladin golfer Anna Morgan bounced back after a difficult opening round to finish in 8th place.

Complete tournament scores at http://results.golfstat.com/public/leaderboards/gsnav.cfm?pg=team&tid=21291

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