OLYMPIA - Kristina Norlin was the only Pacific Lutheran golfer to break 100 as the Lutes shot a 407 total to sit in ninth place after the first day of the Saint Martin's Invitational women's golf tournament at Olympia Country & Golf Club.
Norlin, a sophomore who led the Lutes in low average per round a season ago, finished with a 99, three strokes better than Julie Heffernan and four better than Emily Cook and Paige Henry. Cierra Pettit brought up the rear with a 139.
Tarleton State (Texas) is in first place with a 326, followed by Victoria (BC) at 335 and Hawaii-Hilo 336. Victoria's Megan Woodland holds down first place with a score of 77.
The 36-hole tournament concludes on Saturday.
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