Bellevue off to hot start in Susie Maxwell Berning Classic at Lincoln Park

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Kailey Campbell of Oklahoma City University tied for ninth place after 36 holes of the Susie Maxwell Berning Classic on Monday at Lincoln Park Golf Course.

Campbell, a sophomore from Oktaha, Okla., carded a 73-74-147 to be nine strokes off the pace for the Stars. Two-time defending NAIA women’s golf champion Oklahoma City sat in sixth place.

OCU shot a 310-293-603 to be 14 shots behind first-place Bellevue (Neb.). Redlands’ Ivon Reijers posted a 71-67-138 to hold the top spot among the individuals.

Campbell knocked in five birdies for the Stars. Katie-Lee Wilson, a sophomore from Owasso, Okla., produced a 76-74-150 for OCU while making par 26 times.

Caroline Goodin contributed a 79-73-152 for the Stars. Goodin, a sophomore from Oklahoma City, buried a team-high eight birdies. Anna Mikish, a sophomore from Choctaw, Okla., put together an 82-72-154 to go with 26 pars.

OCU’s Taylor Cusack, a junior from Oklahoma City, added an 84-83-167. Stars playing as individuals were Emma Allen (75-75-150), Abby Thompson (73-78-151) and Raegan Barnes (79-74-153).

The temperature climbed from 67 degrees during the morning start to 84 degrees at mid-afternoon. Winds were up to 10 mph on the par-72, 6,004-yard course.
The tournament finishes Tuesday starting with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start. 

The Rogers State women’s golf team opened the 2014-15 season in impressive fashion breaking a school record shooting a 298 in round one Monday at the Susie Maxwell Berning Classic at the West Course of Lincoln Park Golf Course.

Four of the five team members matched or topped a career low in coach Josh Fosdick’s debut pushing past the previous record low of 299 into a tie for fourth place at 602. The Hillcats net a 304, the third-lowest round in program history, in the second round in the 14-team event hosted by two-time defending NAIA Women’s Golf National Champion Oklahoma City.
Junior Raquel Trevino shot an even-par 72 in round one to match a school record for low round set by Kina Boone and Kelsey Stuever a season ago. The Pasadena, Texas native dropped back to 15th place after a 77 in the final round of the day finishing with five birdies in 36 holes playing the par-4’s to 1-under-par for a 149.
Carding identical, career-low rounds of 2-over-par 74 to lead RSU, Michelle Tierney sits in a tie for 12th place, just one shot back of the top 10 with her 148. The sophomore led the 75-golfer field with 28 pars on the day.
Sophomore Mica Eastin made her Hillcat debut in tournament play shooting rounds of 74 and 78 to place 26th overall at 152 while junior Chelsea Burney went 78-75 matching her career best sitting in 29th place at 153. The pair combined for 49 pars during the two rounds of competition.
The above-mentioned sophomore Boone posted back-to-back scores of 78 to close the day for RSU as she enters the final round 37th at 156.
Bellevue University sits atop the team leaderboard after rounds of 295 and 284 while Ivon Reijers of Redland Community College has a five-shot advantage over the field as the top individual posting both rounds under par at 71 and 67 (-6).
The Hillcats close their season-opening event Tuesday with an 18-hole round beginning on the same 6,004-yard course at 8:30 a.m.
1  Bellevue University   295  284  579
2 Wayland Baptist    293  293  586
3 Oklahoma Christian    302  292  594
T4  Rogers State U.    298  304  602
T4  Redlands CC    307  295  602
6  Oklahoma City U.    310  293  603
7  Texas Wesleyan University    298  308  606
8 Oklahoma Baptist U.    317  309  626
9 Southwestern Christian    328  319  647
10  Murray State CC    342  327  669
11  Oklahoma Christian (B)    340  331  671
12  St. Thomas (TX)    344  329  673
13  Southwestern College    349  327  676
14  St. Gregory’s U.    373  379  752

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