GERMANTOWN, Tenn. – Oklahoma City University women’s golf team stand in 10th place Monday in the Memphis Women’s Intercollegiate tournament at the Ridgeway Country Club.
The Stars shot a score of 312-317-629 through the first two rounds of play. Oklahoma City, the only school competing from the NAIA, sit in front of five NCAA Division I teams. OCU began the season ranked sixth nationally.
Memphis leads the field of 15 schools with a score of 293-296-589 and has converted 111 par opportunities on the par-71, 6,105-yard course.
Katie-Lee Wilson, a junior from Owasso, Okla., paced the Stars with a score of 73-84-157 with five birdies and 14 pars. Emma Allen, sophomore from Tulsa, Okla., turned in a 79-78-157 card with one birdie and 20 pars. Kailey Campbell, a junior from Oktaha, Okla., scored a 79-80-159 with three birdies and 16 pars. Anna Mikish, a junior from Choctaw, Okla., turned in 82-79-161 and Caroline Goodin, a junior from Oklahoma City, scored 81-80-161.
Raegan Barnes, a junior from Choctaw, Okla., finished Monday with an 88-84-172 while playing unattached.
The final round will tee off 8:30 a.m. Monday.
Rogers State sits ninth in West Texas
AMARILLO, Texas – The Rogers State men’s golf team closed day one in ninth place at the Ryan Palmer Foundation Invitational hosted by West Texas A&M Monday at Tascosa Country Club posting rounds of 309 and 303.
Eric Moore leads the Hillcats through two rounds posting scores of 76 and 74 by taking advantage of the long holes. The junior played par fives in 4-under-par for a 4.50 scoring margin and marked seven birdies on his scorecard for the day tying for 28th at 150.
Heartland Conference Player of the Week, Alex Marsh, started strong with RSU’s low round for the day carding a 73 in his opener. The sophomore followed with a 78 for a 151 total putting him into a tie for 33rd behind six birdies in 36 holes.
Patrick Bart continued his quality play for the Hillcats early this fall as the freshman inked matching rounds of 76 for a total of 152. He equaled Moore’s team-leading total of seven birdies Monday to move into a tie for 36th.
Will Lecky and Owen Bates had tough starts in round one with scores of 84 and 87, respectively, but battled back to close with rounds of 78 and 75. Lecky drained the only eagle for RSU on the day.
Wayland Baptist (277-288) leads the event by 20 strokes over second-place St. Mary’s (300-285) as Ian Ansett of WBU has the individual lead shooting 69-70 for a two-shot advantage. The 13-team field closes the tournament with the third and final round starting Tuesday morning.
9 Rogers State University 309-303-612
T28 Eric Moore 76-74-150
T33 Alex Marsh 73-78-151
T36 Patrick Bart 76-76-152
T69 Will Lecky 84-78-162
T69 Owen Bates 87-75-162