OCU tied in fifth through two rounds

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Oklahoma City University stand tied for fifth place after two rounds of play on Monday in the Missouri State/Payne Stewart Memorial at Twins Oaks Country Club.

The Stars, ranked sixth in NAIA, shot a combined 310-313-623 on the par-71, 6,017-yard course. Caroline Goodin, a junior from Oklahoma City, led the Stars with a card of 76-77-153 and is in 10th place overall out of 77 players.

Missouri State leads the field of nine schools with a score of 310-301-611. OCU and Cardinal Stritch University represent the only NAIA schools in competition among the field of NCAA Division I schools.

Anna Mikish, a junior from Choctaw, Okla., sits tied in 13th place after shooting a 77-78-155, while Emma Allen, a sophomore from Broken Arrow, Okla., turned in a 77-80-157 card.

Kailey Campbell, a junior from Oklahoma City, shot an 80-78-158 and is tied for 23rd. Katie-Lee Wilson, a junior from Owasso, Okla., carded an 83-85-168.

Playing unattached Abby Thompson, a senior from Edmond, Okla., shot an 82-84-166.
The temperature at the start of play on Monday was 66 degrees with no wind. The temperature climbed to 80 degrees and a 15 mph wind.

The final round will tee off 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.

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