HOT SPRINGS, Ark. – Rogers State women’s golf are currently in third after the second round of the NCAA Division II Central Regional Championship on Tuesday.
Henderson State has a solid lead at 589 through 36 holes, with Central Missouri second at 601 and RSU in third at 606. Among other Oklahoma schools, UCO is fifth at 614, Northeastern State sixth at 622 and Southwestern Oklahoma State in eighth at 640.
After 36 holes at the par-72, 5,932-yard Hot Springs Country Club, the Hillcats turned in a card of 606 (+30) on the day.
Jessica Green leads the team in a tie for seventh place after shooting 149 (+5) so far across the two rounds. Marelda Ayal is in a three-way tie for 12th with a card of 151 (+7). Jaelynn Unger sits in a three-way tie for 15th with a 152 (+8). Lydia Sitorus is tied for 23rd shooting 155 (+11). Kristin Gudmundsdottir rounds out the squad in a three-way tie for 35th with a card of 160 (+16).
The Hillcats will look to improve their position in the final round tomorrow. The first group is set to tee off at 8:50 a.m. with the other four groups following in 10-minute intervals.
Susan Olivares shot rounds of 70-74 and is second individually to lead UCO. Madison O’Dell is tie for 20th at 154, followed by Kinsley Hall tied for 31st at 158.
For NSU, Aitlana Hernandez is tied for 15th at 152, while Kaylee Petersen is tied for 20th at 154 and Nina Lee tied for 26th at 156.
Rebecca Lau leads SWOSU in a tie for 26th, while Anna Marksa is tied for 36 at 160.