Central Missouri was 15 shots better in the second round of the MIAA Championships, firing a team score of 327 on Tuesday afternoon at Swope Memorial Golf Course. The Jennies remain in fifth place in the team standings for the second straight day, but are just two shots out of third.
Elizabeth Leath was the low Jennie in the second round, firing an eight-over par 80. She now stands at 21-over par for the tournament and in 12th place. Jordan Rehkow and Taelyn Entriken both shot 82 in Tuesday’s second round, 10-over par. Rehkow is 23-over par for the championships and is tied for 13th. Entriken is 26-over par and tied for 16th individually.
Olivia Sobaski shot an 87 on Tuesday and is tied for 18th at 27-over par. Kelly Welker fired an 83 in the second round and is 27-over par as well.
Northeastern State continues to hold down the team lead. The RiverHawks are 59-over par and hold a 21-shot lead over second place Central Oklahoma. Sydney Roberts of UCO shot a four-over par 76 on Tuesday and leads the individual race by two shots at 10-over par.
The third and final round is set for Wednesday morning with the Jennies slated to begin teeing off at 8:30 a.m. on the front nine.