NORMAN – Junior Reagan Chaney fired a 4-under 66 and Oklahoma women’s golf is tied for fourth (2-over, 562) entering Monday’s final round of the Schooner Fall Classic at Belmar Golf Club.
Oklahoma State’s Maddison Hinson-Tolchard tied the program record for lowest 18-hole score with a 64 on Sunday, pushing the Cowgirls to being tied for seventh place. The University of Tulsa fell from fourth to ninth place but is only four shots out of third place at 4 over. Wake Forest (-20), Virginia Tech (-6) Florida State (E), and Houston (E) lead the event.
After she carded a 2-over 72 on Saturday, Chaney recorded four birdies and no bogeys and is tied for 13th (2-under, 138) after the first 36 holes. The Ardmore, Okla., product opened her day with a birdie on the third hole and tallied another on the sixth. She finished the front nine with a birdie on the ninth, recording a 3-under 33. Chaney tallied her fourth birdie on the 12th and rattled off six pars to conclude her round.
Sophomore Isabelle Schlick joined Chaney under par, finishing 1-under 69. Schlick opened the round with a bogey on the second and fifth holes. Sophomore Savannah Barber and freshman Holly McLean finished 1-over 71 and 2-over 72, respectively.
Senior Nina Lang rounded out the OU lineup, finishing the second round 7-over 77. She tallied a trio of birdies, including consecutive birdies on the 13th and 14th holes. Lang enters the final round tied for 65th (9-over, 149).
For OSU, Hinson-Tolchard made her sixth-and-final birdie on hole No. 9 to move into first individually with a 6-under 64 on the day. Her play on Sunday tied the program record for lowest 18-hole score, marking the Cowgirls’ third-ever score of such caliber.
She joined Jayde Panos (2011-12) and Amy Ruengmatakhun (2011-12) in the record book.
Clemence Martin shot a 2-under 68 on Sunday to move into a tie for 20th. Martin matched Hinson-Tolchard with six birdies on the day. Freshman Ellie Bushnell also posted a 2-under 68, tying for the second-lowest score by a Cowgirl freshman in the Schooner Fall Classic since its inaugural 2013-14 tournament. She enters the final 18 tied for 23rd.
Tulsa carded a 3-over 283 Sunday and has a 36-hole total of 4-over par 564.
Tulsa’s Lilly Thomas is in sixth place with a total score of 4-under par 136 after her second straight round of 2-under par 68. Sophomore Grace Kilcrease is in 32nd place after a second round even-par score of 70 for a 36-hole total of 143.
Freshman Allyn Stephens and junior Sydney Seigel are tied for 41st at 144. Stephens carded a 3-over par 73 on Sunday, while Seigel turned in a 75 today. Junior Lovisa Gunnar turned in a 2-over par 72 and has a score of 150 for 68th place.