Stars drop to eighth in NAIA Championship

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POOLER, Ga. – Oklahoma City University went to eighth place after two rounds of the NAIA women’s golf championships Wednesday at Savannah Quarters Country Club.
The two-time defending national champion Stars turned in team scores of 307-315–622 through 36 holes. Katie-Lee Wilson tied with teammate Emma Allen for 24th place to pace fourth-ranked Oklahoma City.

Wilson, a sophomore from Owasso, registered a 77-77–154, while Allen, a freshman from Tulsa, posted a 72-82–154.

OCU’s Anna Mikish compiled an 81-79– 160. Mikish, a sophomore from Choctaw, sank a birdie on the par-5, 513-yard third hole. Caroline Goodin supplied the Stars an 87-77– 164. Goodin, a sophomore from Oklahoma City, buried a birdie on the par-3, 141-yard 12th hole.
Kailey Campbell, a sophomore from Oktaha, shot 77-91–168 for OCU.

Top-ranked Northwood (Fla.) took over the team lead with a 308-301–609. Heather Shake from Houston-Victoria assumed the individual lead after carding 73-70–143.

The par-72, 6,004-yard course saw temperatures rise from 70 degrees at the beginning of play to 92 degrees. Winds blew from 5-20 mph with gusts of 24 mph.
The third round will start 7:30 a.m. EDT Thursday.

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