MOBILE, Ala. — Three WKU women’s golfers finished the second round of the USA
Intercollegiate in the top 20 individually Sunday, led for the second straight day
by sophomore Mary Joiner.
The Lady Toppers finished the day in sixth in the team standings with a 587 total –
just two strokes out of fourth. They turned in a 3-over 291 total on Sunday, five
strokes better than Saturday’s opening round at the par-72, 6,002-yard Magnolia
Grove Crossings Golf Course.
Joiner, a Franklin, Ky., native, is tied for fifth individually with a 1-under 143
total (72-71) through two rounds. She carded a 1-under 71 on Sunday, going 3 under
across her final eight holes with three birdies.
Freshman Megan Clarke also made a move in her college debut Sunday with a 1-under
71, tying her for 13th overall with a 146 total (75-71).
Senior Katie Story sits just one stroke back of Clarke at 147 (73-74) and is tied
Freshman Caroline Cavin is tied for 38th through two rounds with a 154 (76-78)
tally, while sophomore Bailey Tyree is tied for 48th at 156 (81-75) after a
six-stroke improvement from the opening round.
Sophomore Abigail Smee is tied for 51st at 157 (78-79) while playing as an individual.
Final round Play began at 8 a.m. today.
Lamar holds both the team lead with a 573 total and the individual advantage with
Eva Martinez’s 6-under 138.
USA Intercollegiate Second Day Results
T5. Mary Joiner (72-71-143)
T13. Megan Clarke (75-71-146)
T16. Katie Story (73-74-147)
T38. Caroline Cavin (76-78-154)
T48. Bailey Tyree (81-75-156)
T51. Abigail Smee (78-79-157)
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