Three OCU players place in top 10 at LPGA International

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Anna Mikish posted a seventh-place individual finish to lead Oklahoma City University to a fourth-place showing in the Embry-Riddle Eagle Invitational on Tuesday at LPGA International’s Jones Course.

Mikish, a sophomore from Choctaw,  supplied the Stars with a 73-78–151. Oklahoma City, ranked fifth in NAIA women’s golf, shot 309-309–618 on the par-73, 6,076-yard course.

Third-ranked SCAD Savannah (Ga.) topped the 14-team field that included eight top-25 teams. Top-ranked Northwood (Fla.) took second, while 14th-ranked Texas Wesleyan came in third. Second-ranked William Woods (Mo.) finished fifth. 

Kailey Campbell and Katie-Lee Wilson of OCU tied for eighth. Campbell, a sophomore from Oktaha, Okla., posted an 80-72–152, and Wilson, a sophomore from Owasso, Okla., provided the Stars a 79-73–152.

OCU’s Emma Allen, a freshman from Tulsa, carded 77-79– 156, while Caroline Goodin, a sophomore from Oklahoma City, had a 79-81–160.

The temperature started at 63 degrees at the beginning of Tuesday’s round and climbed to 81 degrees by mid-day. Winds were calm, blowing up to 7 mph.

The Stars compete in the Houston Baptist Husky Invitational on March 30-31 at Riverbend Country Club in Sugar Land, Texas.

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