Posted 1 year ago
By Dave Riggert
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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