GUADALAJARA, Mexico — Fifth-year senior Caterina Don covered Friday's 27 holes of the Collegiate Invitational at Guadalajara Country Club at 4-under par and is second on the individual leaderboard at the tournament's midway point.

In addition for Georgia, Savannah De Bock is tied for 18th at 4-over; Bernice Olivarez Ilas, who is competing individually, is tied for 28th at 6-over; LoraLie Cowart is tied for 35th; Natachanok "Drive" Tunwannarux is tied for 49th at 9-over; and Kate Song is 62nd at 14-over.

In the first round, Georgia counted Don's 70, a 74 from Tunwannarux, a 75 from De Bock and a 78 from Cowart. At the midway point of the second round, the Bulldogs' current counters are Don at 1-under, Cowart and De Bock at 1-over and Song at 3-over.

Florida State is 4-over and leads the team field by four strokes over SMU. The rest of the top 10 is in a pack within 11 strokes, with Colorado State at 12-over, the Bulldogs at 13-over, Maryland and Louisville both at 16-over, tournament host Virginia at 17-over, Cal at 1-over, Tennessee at 20-over and N.C. State at 23-over.

Georgia will be paired with SMU and New Mexico for Saturday's final 27 holes of the event. The Bulldogs, Mustangs and Lobos will tee off beginning at 3:30 p.m. ET. Live scoring is available via



Georgia completed the 54-hold tournament tied for third at 29-over 893, 15 shots behind Florida State.

The Bulldogs played the second half of the second round on Saturday and finished that loop at 13-over 301. Don's 1-under 71 led Georgia, with additional counting scores of 74 by Savannah De Bock, 75 by LoraLie Cowart and 81 by Kate Song.

Georgia notched its low team round of the tournament in the final round, a 7-over 295 comprised of 73s from Cowart and Don and 74s from De Bock and Natachanok  Tunwannarux.

Overall, De Bock tied for 14th in her collegiate debut by shooting 8-over 224, Cowart tied for 19th at 226, Tunwannarux tied for 33rd at 230 and Song finished 62nd at 246. Bernice Olivarez Ilas, who competed individually, tied for 42nd at 232.

The Bulldogs will return to action in 10 days when they venture to California to compete in the San Diego State Classic at The Farms Golf Club in Rancho Sante Fe outside San Diego.

"We learned a lot," Brewer said. "This was really good experience for us. Savannah was solid in her debut and we had another freshman playing in just her second tournament. We'll take what we learned this weekend and work on a few things before we head to San Diego. It's a quick turn before our next event, but we know it's February and we have time to get a lot better throughout the rest of the spring."

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