The Carroll College women’s team sits in third place and the Saints men sit in fourth after day one of the Lewis-Clark Frontier Conference Invite at the Lewiston Golf and Country Club in Lewiston, Idaho.
The Carroll men were led by Justin Galiher, who ended the day in a tie for seventh-place with a two-round score of 156, 12 over par and 15 shots back from Lewis-Clark’s Chris Lien, who tallied a first-round 67.
As a team, the Saints are just eight shots back of third-place Great Falls with a two-round score of 638.
Lexi Pyette hit a team-high 89 for 10th-place in the women's draw after the first round. She is 18 over par and 12 shot back of the lead.
Katie Goings (91), Rachel Miles (93) and Gabrielle Jones (94) sit in 14th, 15th and 16th respectively and Megan Ryan is 20th.
The Saints women have a first-round total of 367, well back of Lewis-Clark and Rocky Mountain, who are separated by just one stroke for the top spot.
The tournament concludes today with 18 holes. The weather is expected to be clear after the tournament was hampered with rain and wind on Monday.