College roundup: RSU second in Lady Tiger, OBU wins at Shawnee CC
Rogers State moved into second and Northeastern State took third in the Lady Tiger Classic at Smoky Hill Country Club in Hays, Kan., Tuesday.
Central Missouri won the 36-hole event with a score of 608. RSU was 22 shots back at 630 and NSU finished at 633.
Kristin Gudmundsdottirshot rounds of 75-78 to lead Rogers State and she finished tied for fourth individually. Marelday Ayal tied for 16th at 158 and Lydia Sitourus placed 20th at 159.
Sam Marceli led NSU with a tie for sixth (76-78) while Nina Lee also had a top-20 finish, tying for 14th at 157 (80-77).
Oklahoma Baptist wins at Shawnee Country Club
Oklahoma Baptist won the OBU Invitational at Shawnee Country Club Tuesday, shooting a second-round 308 to fiinish at 623, 13 shots clear or Redlands Community College in second.
Morgan Becker won the tournament for OBU with rounds of 73-72 for a 145 total, while teammate Josie Patterson tied for sixth with rounds of 79-77.
Clara Peake shot 76-75 for 151 to finish second for Redlands.
Northwestern Oklahom State was third at 645 as Samantha Friday placed third at 152 and Sofia McElroy fourth at 153.
Oklahoma Christian third, UCO fourth at MSSU Fall Invite at Shangri-La Resort
A second-place finish by Oskari Nikku led Oklahoma Christian to third place in the MSSU Fall Invitational at Shangri-La Tuesday.
Missouri-St. Lous and Henderson State tied for first at 871, while OC was third at 873 and UCO at 878. Northeastern State tied for seventh at 906. Oklahoma City University placed 12th.
Nikku finished at 5-under 211 to take second. Also for Oklahoma Christian Exequiel Rodriguez tied for eighth at 1-over.
Leadng UCO was Evan Griffith in a tie for 10th at 2-over. Christian Yanovitch led NSU with a tie for 16th at 6 over.
Alex Bloxham, a freshman from Broken Arrow, Okla., finished tied for 28th place in the individual standings. The Stars, ranked 11th in NAIA men’s golf, took 12th place among the teams.
Oklahoma City carded a 307-308-298–913 on the par-72, 6,876-yard course. The Stars tested themselves against a field including two ranked NCAA Division II teams. Missouri-St. Louis, ranked 19th, prevailed in a playoff against Henderson State (Ark.). Bloxham totaled a 77-75-72–224 while knocking down eight birdies. Leandro Mihaich supplied OCU with a 79-73-73–225 to tie for 32nd. Mihaich, a freshman from Cordoba, Argentina, also made eight birdies.