OCU Stars finish seventh in NAIA Championship

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POOLER, Ga. – Oklahoma City University climbed into the top 10 of the rain-shortened NAIA women’s golf championships team standings Friday at Savannah Quarters Country Club.

Fourth-ranked OCU took seventh place with a 317-299-616 on the par-72, 6,010-yard course. The Stars’ Caroline Goodin finished tied for 20th individually.

Goodin, a junior from Oklahoma City, turned in a 79-73-152. Goodin sank a birdie on the par-4, 291-yard eighth hole Friday to end the tournament with two birdies.

Anna Mikish provided the Stars with a 79-74-153 to tie for 26th. Mikish, a junior from Choctaw, buried birdies on the par-5, 486-yard fifth hole, par-4, 258-yard 11th hole and the par-4, 390-yard 14th hole.

Abby Thompson contributed a 78-76-154 to tie for 30th place. Thompson, a senior from Edmond, knocked in birdies on the par-4, 339-yard first hole and the par-3, 129-yard 15th hole.

OCU’s Kailey Campbell posted an 81-76-157 for a tie for 47th. Campbell, a junior from Oktaha, fired in birdies on the fifth and No. 15 holes. Raegan Barnes, a junior from Choctaw, had an 87-81-168. Barnes nailed two birdies in the tournament.

The high temperature was 82 degrees after starting the day at 70 degrees. Winds were between 7-14 mph.

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