MAYETTA, Kan. – For the first time in three years, the RiverHawks are not on top of the leaderboard at the MIAA Women’s Golf Championship.A hot start by Central Missouri on the front nine that was highlighted with three eagles jolted the Jennies into first and they will hold a nine-stroke lead into Wednesday’s final round. UCO is in fourth, moving up from fifth after shooting 13 shots better with a second-round 306.
Ebba Moberg is in ninth place on a 153 score and shot a 78 on Tuesday. Lexi Armon matched Moberg’s score and is tied for 14th place with a 156 (78-78). Amber Bruins has a 155 (74-81) after two rounds of play and sits in a tenth place tie.On the team leaderboard, there is a 14 stroke distance in-between NSU and the next closest program.
Missouri Western’s Shi Qing Ong is the individual leader by one shot with a 145 (74-71).