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HAVERHILL, Mass. - With Camden Morrison's tournament-best 5-under 67 leading the way, Franklin Pierce leads Merrimack by one stroke following Day One of the 2017 Northeast-10 Conference Women's Golf Championship. The Ravens shot 310 as a team to lead the field. Merrimack shot 311 as a team and the three-time defending champions are very much a threat to claim their fourth straight NE10 title in the sport.
The Warriors were led by Krytal Knight's 70 and Alessandra Ricigliano 76 during day one of action at the Haverhill Country Club in Haverhill, Massachusetts.
Le Moyne shot a 333 to check in third, followed by Assumption (342) and Saint Rose (359). Rounding out the field following the first day of the two-day event was Southern New Hampshire (362) and Adelphi (373).
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