NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Oklahoma State’s women’s golf team carded a 298 during its second round at the NCAA South Bend Regional on Friday to dip into a tie for seventh place at Warren Golf Course.
The Cowgirls’ 10-over score gave them a 36-hole total of 594, 18-over par, and tied them with Harvard. OSU will begin tomorrow’s final round one shot behind Tulane for the sixth and final qualifying spot for the NCAA Championship. Duke maintained its lead at the par-72, 6,301-yard layout with a 289 to stand at 1-over 577 and five shots clear of the field.
Duke’s Celine Boutier followed an opening 67 with a 72 to stand at 139 and a shot clear of teammate Leona Maguire in the individual race.
OSU freshman Emma Broze wrapped up the day tied for 10th place at 145. Broze followed her opening 71 with a 74.
Sophomore Linnea Johansson’s 75 tied her for 29th place at 149, while freshman Maddie McCrary carded a 76 to also finish the day at 149.
Freshman Kenzie Neisen bounced back from an opening 78 with a 73 to stand at 151 and tied for 37th place.
Sophomore Isabella Deilert posted an 80 to finish at 158 and tied for 81st place.
The Cowgirls will begin their final round tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. (CST) and will be grouped with Harvard and Notre Dame.