The Griffons are two strokes back of Truman State (329) and seven strokes back of Northwest Missouri State (324). The leader of the event is Central Oklahoma with a 301 which is nine strokes better than Northeastern State (310).
Individually, Natalie Bird had a nice round firing a 78 putting her in a tie for 7th. She is three strokes back of second and seven strokes behind leader Aly Seng (71) of Central Oklahoma.
Callie Wilson and Casi Webb are in a tie for 19th with 83’s while Anna Kloeppel and Amber Chivington fired 87 and 91 respectively.
The women will begin round two Tuesday with a shotgun start scheduled for 9 a.m. from Paradise Pointe Golf Complex.
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