STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. — WKU Lady Topper Golf improved by 17 strokes in Monday’s second
round of Georgia State’s John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate, moving up to seventh
with one round to go.
The Lady Toppers shot a 300 team total in the second round at the par-72, 6,043-yard
Eagle’s Landing Country Club, giving them a two-day total of 617. Although they’re
in seventh place, they’re just two strokes back of fourth.
Jacksonville leads the field at 594.
Every WKU golfer in team competition improved her score Monday, led by senior
Georgina Blackman’s even-par 72. She’s tied for sixth individually with a 149
Sophomore Mary Joiner (81-74) and senior Katie Story (78-77) are both tied for 22nd
at 155. Freshman Megan Clarke is tied for 51st at 161 (81-80), while sophomore
Bailey Tyree carded a two-round total of 166 (89-77). Sophomore Abigail Smee is at
169 (84-85) playing as an individual.
Blackman is just five shots back of the individual leader, South Alabama’s Siti
The final round is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. CT Tuesday with a shotgun start.
John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate Second Day Results
T6. Georgina Blackman (77-72-149)
T22. Mary Joiner (81-74-155)
T22. Katie Story (78-77-155)
T51. Megan Clarke (81-80-161)
T68. Bailey Tyree (89-77-166)
T78. Abigail Smee (84-85-169)
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