PALOS VERDES, Calif. — Oklahoma State’s women’s golf team posted a 297 total during its second round at the Northrop Grumman Regional Challenge on Monday at Palos Verdes Golf Club to move into a tie for fifth place.
Through 36 holes, the Cowgirls stand at 589, 21-over, after tallying their 13-over score at the par-71, 6,017-yard layout. OSU finished the day tied with Florida and a stroke behind Arizona. Baylor maintained its lead, standing nine shots clear of the field at 2-over 570.
UCLA’s Bronte Law and Baylor’s Hayley Davis carded rounds of 69 and 68, respectively, to share the individual lead at 5-under 137.
Cowgirl sophomore Linnea Johansson finished the day tied for 10th place at 2-over 144 after carding a 74 during her second round.
Freshman Maddie McCrary signed for her second consecutive 73 to get in with a 146 total and tied for 17th, while classmate Kenzie Neisen was a stroke back at 147 and tied for 20th after posting a 74.
Freshman Emma Broze came in tied for 53rd place at 153 after posting a 77.
Freshman Alexis Sadeghy rounded out the lineup with a 76 to finish at 154 and tied for 61st place.
OSU will close out the event with tomorrow’s third round. The Cowgirls will begin play at 8:30 a.m. (PST) and will be grouped with Florida, Washington and Alabama.