DALLAS — The third round of the Dallas Athletic Club/SMU Invitational was scratched 45 minutes into the round on Sunday morning due to lightning in the Dallas area. Through 36 holes, Oklahoma State’s women’s golf team stood in sixth place with a 606 total at Dallas Athletic Club.
After an hour delay prior to the first tee shot of the day due to lightning, players got up to three holes in, before the horn sounded again to halt play.
Baylor finished atop the team standings at 591, while North Carolina’s Elizabeth Mallett was the top individual at 3-under 141.
The Cowgirls will be back in action on April 25 when they begin play at the Big 12 Championship in Austin, Texas.
On Saturday, Oklahoma State posted a 301 during its second round to slip three spots into sixth place. The Cowgirls were at 30-over 606. and one shot behind Kansas at the par-72,6,257-yard layout.
Isabella Deilert moved up 42 spots into a tie for 11th place after firing a 69 of her own. The Cowgirl freshman bounced back from an opening 80 with her 3-under score to vault up the standings. Deilert opened with consecutive birdies before making the turn at even-par 36. On her inward nine, she birdied the 10th, 12th, 13th and 16th to move to 4-under for the day before posting her lone bogey on the back nine to come in with a 3-under 33.
Sophomore Julie Yang posted a 77 to stand at 151 and tied for 16th place, while senior Jayde Panos carded a 78 to finish tied for 28th place at 154.
Senior Amy Ruengmateekhun posted a 79 to come in a stroke behind Panos at 155, which tied her for 37th place.
Senior Lauren Falley signed for a 77 to finish at 156 and tied for 44th place.