OCU women place sixth in Husky Invitational

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SUGAR LAND, Texas – Oklahoma City University posted a sixth-place finish in the Houston Baptist Husky Invitational on Tuesday at Riverbend Country Club.

Oklahoma City, ranked fourth in NAIA women’s golf, compiled a 313-319-314–946 to end the tournament ahead of four NCAA Division I teams. Kailey Campbell tied for 17th to pace the Stars.

Campbell, a sophomore from Oktaha, Okla., provided the Stars with a 77-77-79–233. Campbell led the team with 33 pars in the 54-hole event.

Emma Allen tied for 19th with a 77-81-76–234 for OCU. Allen, a freshman from Tulsa, Okla., sank five birdies on the par-72, 6,084-yard course.

Katie-Lee Wilson, a sophomore from Owasso, Okla., supplied the Stars with an 80-79-82–241, while Caroline Goodin, a sophomore from Oklahoma City, contributed a 79-82-80–241.

OCU’s Anna Mikish had an 80-85-79–244 while burying five birdies.

Temperatures began the day at 64 degrees, then climbed to 80 degrees. Winds ranged from 5-14 mph with gusts up to 23 mph.

OCU wraps up the regular season in the Oklahoma Baptist Spring Invitational on April 6-7 at Lincoln Park’s East Course in Oklahoma City.
 
 

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