CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Oklahoma City University stands in ninth place after two rounds of play on Monday in the Texas A&M Corpus-Christi Islander Classic at the Corpus Christi Country Club.
The Stars, ranked sixth in NAIA women’s golf, shot a team score 315-320—635 on the par-72, 6.093-yard course. Caroline Goodin, a junior from Oklahoma City, paces OCU in 31st place with an 80-77—157 card.
NCAA Division I’s Texas A&M Corpus-Christi hosts the 11-team, 63-player field consisting of seven other Division I schools, Texas A&M-Kingsville from NCAA Division II, McLennan CC (Texas) of NJCAA and OCU, the only NAIA participant. University of Texas-San Antonio leads the field by 18-strokes with a combined team card of 289-291—580.
Raegan Barnes, Kailey Campbell and Abby Thompson are tied for 34th place. Campbell, a junior from Oktaha, fired a 76-83—159 and Thompson, a senior from Edmond, shot a 79-80—159. While playing unattached, Barnes, a junior from Choctaw, carded a 76-83—159.
Emma Allen, a sophomore from Broken Arrow, has a share of 38th place after shooting 80-80—160.
Anna Mikish, a junior from Choctaw, stands tied for 51st place with an 80-89—169 score.
Katie-Lee Wilson, a junior from Owasso, Okla., shot an 88-90—178 card while playing unattached.
At the start of the play, the temperature sat at 69 degrees with minimal wind. The temperature reached 76 degrees with a 16-mph wind.
The final round is Tuesday morning.