Cowgirls tied for 12th in Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge

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PALOS VERDES, Calif. The Oklahoma State women’s golf team shot 9-over 293 to fall into a tie for 12th place after Monday’s second round of the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge.

Linnea Johansson carded birdies on three of the first seven holes, and finished at 1-under 70 for the day. She jumped 33 spots on the leaderboard into a tie for 23rd place at 4-over 146.

The No. 18 Cowgirls entered the day tied for ninth at 13-over, and posted six early birdies to make a morning run up the leaderboard. However, OSU couldn’t sustain that momentum and slipped into a tie for 12th place after 36 holes.

Florida was 9-under on the day, which moved the Gators into first place at 3-under 565. Florida’s Kelly Grassel leads all golfers at 5-under 137.

Alexis Sadeghy also worked her way up the leaderboard. The junior shot 2-over 73 to move from 65th place into a tie for 58th at 8-over 150.

Maddie McCrary and Kenzie Neisen will enter Tuesday’s final round tied for 40th place at 6-over 148. Chih-Min Chen is only two strokes behind at 8-over 150, and in a tie for 58th place.

Team Leaderboard
1. Florida (-3) 290-275 565
2. Southern California (-1) 285-282 567

T12. Oklahoma State (+22) 297-293 590

Individual Leaderboard
1. Kelly Grassel, Florida (-5) 69-68 137
2. Robynn Ree, Southern California (-4) 68-70 138

Oklahoma State
T23. Linnea Johansson (+4) 76-70 146
T40. Maddie McCrary (+6) 73-75 148
T40. Kenzie Neisen (+6) 73-75 148
T58. Chih-Min Chen (+8) 75-75 150
T58. Alexis Sadeghy (+8) 77-73 150
(IND) 85. McCandren Mack (+18) 78-82 160

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