Aggies improve to finish sixth at Oklahoma Intercollegiate
October 23, 2018
Cameron University Athletics
Kenton Means – Sports Information Director
LAWTON, Okla. — The Cameron women’s golf team improved six strokes and finished tied for fifth at the Oklahoma Intercollegiate on Tuesday.
After starting the tournament with a 319 in the first round, CU bounced back to card a 313 in the second. Their two day score of 631 was 37 strokes back of the event winner Tarleton State.
Kyndall Morgan led the way for CU, carding a team-low 75 on Tuesday to finish with a 152 for the tournament. She tied for 11th in the individual standings. Teammate Iona Roska was just three strokes back, as the sophomore carded a76 in the second round to finish with a 155.
Allison Duffin had the third lowest score of the tournament, finishing with a 158 after her second round 80. Kennedy Wheelerand Gerdur Ragnarsdottir rounded out the CU lineup with a 168 and 170 respectively.
Cameron’s individuals also improved on day two of the Intercollegiate, with Molleejo Crain shooting a 79 to finish with a 160, Sabrina Stedman carding an 81 to record a 167 for the tournament, and Hayden Brewer shooting an 89 on Tuesday.
Morgan finished with a team best five birdies, while Duffin collected four and Roska. Morgan also led the team with a one under score on the par-5 holes.
Oklahoma Christian finished just three strokes behind the TexAnns with a score of 597, while Angelo State placed third and Arkansas-Fort Smith finished in fourth. Texas A&M-International was just five strokes ahead of CU in fifth, while Newman was the other school tied for sixth.
TSU’s Junie Khaw and Abigail Rigsby tied for the tournament low score with a pair of 144s and went to a sudden playoff to determine the champion. Rigsby came away with the win after four holes of play.
This concludes the fall season for Cameron, as they will resume competition in the spring, starting with the Lady Rattler Invite in San Antonio, Texas, Mar. 4-5.