SAN ANTONIO (AP) Dawn Woodard shot a 3-under 69 on Saturday at Briggs Ranch to take a two-stroke lead in stroke-play qualifying for the U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur.
The 38-year-old Woodard, from Greer, S.C., birdied three of her first six holes.
Lucy Nunn of Lexington, Ky., had the only other sub-par round, shooting a 71. The 25-year-old Kentucky assistant coach regained her amateur status in June.
The top 64 after the second round will advance to match play in the event limited to players 25 and older.
Defending champion Ellen Port shot a 71. The 51-year-old Port, from St. Louis, won the USGA Senior Women's Amateur last month.
The first big move of NBA Draft night - according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski - was to help Atlanta land Virginia's De'Andre Hunter.
Per Wojnarowski Atlanta has acquired the No. 4 pick from the Pelicans, which they got from the Lakers in the mega-deal for Anthony Davis, for the picks No. 8, 17, and 35. With that fourth overall selection, the Hawks plan to take Hunter.
Hunter, the reigning ACC Defensive Player of the Year and a member of UVA's national championship team this past season, was profiled in NBC Sports Washington's I Am The Prospect series.
In his interview with NBC Sports Washington, Hunter described what he expects draft night to be like for him and his family.
"Draft night's gonna be really emotional. I don't know if I'm gonna cry or not, but I know a few members of my family will be crying, so that'll probably get to me a little bit," Hunter said. "It's gonna be a great moment for not only me but for my family as well."
In another pre-draft trade, the Suns have acquired the No. 11 pick and forward Dario Saric from the Timberwolves for the No. 6 pick, per Wojnarowski.
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It's NBA Draft night! That means prospects are about to begin the most exciting time of their professional lives. It also means they're going to show up in wild, sometimes fly, sometimes ill-advised outfits on the red carpet.
Here's a quick roundup of what everybody's rocking this year.
Bol Bol, Oregon
Is this one of the boldest draft looks ever? Hard to top rhinestone spider webs.
RJ Barrett, Duke
Bright pink suit, custom Canadian flag lining and spiked loafers. A whole lot of look for Barrett.
Zion Williamson, Duke
Williamson went with a cream tuxedo without a tie.
Cam Reddish, Duke
Reddish opted for a gold-on-black print jacket and black shirt and pants, finished off with a simple gold chain and Versace loafers.
Ja Morant, Murray State
Not only is Morant rocking a blue-purple pinstripe suit, but also he's wearing a pocket square of his own face! This is not a drill.
Rui Hachimura, Gonzaga
Hachimura payed homage to his roots with his draft-night 'fit. In a burgundy and blue suit and shirt, he showed off fabrics from Japan and Benin in the lining of his jacket.
This post will continue updating throughout the night
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