VICTORIA, Texas – Oklahoma City University held fourth place after two rounds of the Claud Jacobs Invitational on Sunday at The Club at Colony Creek.
The Stars, ranked fourth in NAIA women’s golf, carded 306-301–607 on the par-72, 5,856-yard course. Emma Allen, a freshman from Tulsa, paced OCU with a tie for ninth place with a 75-73–148.
Allen sank eight birdies to stand eight strokes behind the tournament leader Heather Shake of Houston-Victoria. Ten of the 14 teams in the field are in the NAIA’s top 25.
Oklahoma City’s Anna Mikish, a sophomore from Choctaw, posted a 74-75–149 to be knotted for 11th place. Mikish made par on 24 of the 36 holes Sunday.
The Stars’ Kailey Campbell and Katie-Lee Wilson were tied for 29th. Campbell, a sophomore from Oktaha, Okla., produced a 78-78–156, while Wilson, a sophomore from Owasso, provided OCU with an 81-75–156 while making par 23 times.
Claudia Chemin, making her OCU debut, had a 79-79–158. Playing as an individual, Abby Thompson, a junior from Edmond, Okla., shot a 71-76–147 with a tournament-best nine birdies. Also playing unattached, Caroline Goodin, a sophomore from Oklahoma City, had a 78-83–161.
The temperature started the day at 59 degrees and rose to 72 late in the afternoon. Winds blew up to 16 mph.
The tournament’s final round starts in a shotgun start 8 a.m. Monday.