OCU Stars in third at Battle at Boulder Creek

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Photo: Savannah Moody’s score was knotted for 22nd place Monday.

BOULDER CITY, Nev. – Oklahoma City University held third place in the Battle at Boulder Creek at Boulder Creek Golf Club.

Melissa Eldredge and Caroline Goodin of the Stars tied for 11th place through 36 holes. OCU, ranked second in NAIA women’s golf, turned in a 324-307–631.

Goodin, a senior from Oklahoma City, shot a 77-73–150 on the par-72, 6,285-yard course. Eldredge, a freshman from Eufaula, posted a 75-75–150 playing unattached. Eldredge and Goodin stood 12 strokes behind individual leader Mackenzie Raim from UNLV.

UNLV, the leader in the team standings, is playing on its home course. The Stars had an edge on four NCAA Division I teams.

OCU’s Anna Mikish, a senior from Choctaw, added an 81-78–159, good for 21st. Savannah Moody, a junior from Aledo, Texas, compiled an 84-76–160 for the Stars.

Emma Allen, a junior from Broken Arrow, provided OCU with an 82-85–167, while Kailey Campbell, a senior from Oktaha, carded an 87-80–167.

Other Stars competing as individuals were Raegan Barnes (80-89–169), Katie-Lee Wilson (85-85–170) and Regan McQuaid (87-84–171).

The high temperature for the day was 55 degrees after starting the day at 38 degrees. Wind was not much of a factor, blowing up to 9 mph.

The last round of the tournament starts 7 a.m. PST Tuesday at Boulder Creek Golf Club.

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