MAUI, HAWAII -Haley Sanders, Haley Millsap, and Ericka Schneider each sit at 4-over after the first two rounds and find themselves in eighth place, as the Ole Miss women's golf team climbed its way to fourth place at the conclusion of the first two rounds of play Monday at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic.
The Rebels recorded a 300 in the day's opening round--good for fifth place--before registering a 294 in the second round to move up a spot.
Ole Miss sits six strokes behind current leader No. 14 Colorado, who leads PAC 12-mate and second place No. 15 California by three. No. 13 Tennessee is in third place--four strokes behind the Buffaloes.
Sanders led the way in the first round Monday, firing a team-best 1-over 73. The junior bogeyed four holes, but rolled in three birdies for the round. The Rebels' team-leader in stroke average opened up at 1-under through the first nine in the second round before finishing with a 75.
A nice start propelled Millsap to a 75 in the first round before the senior turned in a 73 in the second round. Starting at the eighth hole, Millsap again opened strong but was able to limit her errors on the course's difficult 1-9 stretch the second time around.
After carding a 76 in the first round, Schneider was impressive in the second, firing an even-72. Schneider bogeyed just two holes and only one on the problematic front nine to join her teammates in the top 10.
Natalie Gleadall recorded a 76 in the first round before shooting a 2-over 74 in the second. The senior moved up to 16th place at 6-over for the tournament.
Ole Miss Athletics Week in ReviewMarch 24-30, 2015Women's Basketball-The Ole Miss women's basketball team saw its record setting season some to a close with a loss to Middle Tennessee in the third round of the WNIT. The Rebels closed the... read more
Ole Miss celebrated one of the most successful years in school history. The women's basketball team saw its season come to an end in the Sweet 16 of the Postseason WNIT. The football team continued spring practice, and we're now... read more
The SEC Network will air every SEC spring football game with multiple viewing opportunities on both television and the network's digital platforms. All 12 spring football games will be carried live and in full on SEC Network + with additional... read more
Through the first seven spring practices, or three weeks since the start of spring practice on March 3, there does not appear to be any separation between sophomores Ryan Buchanan and DeVante Kincade and junior college transfer Chad Kelly. Whether... read more
Ole Miss Athletics Week in Review March 17-23, 2015 Men's Basketball - Ole Miss scored 62 second-half points to overcome a 17-point halftime deficit, rallying past 11th-seeded BYU 94-90 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Tuesday. -... read more
The men's basketball team saw its run in the NCAA Tournament come to an end in the Round of 64 after a thrilling win in the First Four. The women's basketball team won two postseason WNIT games to continue its... read more
Junior left-hander Christian Trent and sophomore right-hander Brady Bramlett picked up quality starts on the mound, and the offensive provided some timely hits, which proved to be a winning formula as Ole Miss claimed the weekend series over No. 1... read more
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A four-year starter at point guard, one of the most accomplished players in program history, senior Jarvis Summers saw his Ole Miss career come to an end, as did four of his fellow seniors in LaDarius White,... read more
From his five years at Cincinnati, three as an assistant coach and one each as associate head coach and interim head coach, head coach Andy Kennedy knows and has experienced the Xavier program first hand, having coached against the Musketeers... read more
Ole Miss has gone through a two-day turn twice, as well as a one-day turn when the Rebels played No. 23 Creighton and Cincinnati in back-to-back days at the Emerald Coast Classic, but they haven't gone through a turn quite... read more
Giant Killers come in many different shapes and forms in the NCAA Tournament. They are not just your teams from smaller and mid-major conferences, but also your lower-seeded power-conference teams. As defined by ESPN's Peter Keating and Jordan Brenner, Giants Killers... read more
March Madness reigned in Dayton, as 11th-seeded Ole Miss scored 62 second-half points to overcome a 17-point halftime deficit, rallying past 11th-seeded BYU 94-90 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Tuesday. The nation watched, and they reacted to... read more