Kent State Extends Lead On Day Two Of Women's Golf Championships

Updated 4/28/2007

NASHPORT, Ohio ? On the second day of play at the 2007 Mid-American Conference Women’s Golf Championship Kent State University continued to dominate the field at the Longaberger Golf Club, expanding its led to 40 strokes with a 898 (305-297-296). Host Eastern Michigan University resides in second place with a 938 (317-310-311) and Western Michigan University is in third with a 951 (317-324-310).

 

The Golden Flashes’ Kira Meixner continues to lead the individual scoring with a day two, with a two-over par total of 218 (71-74-73). Meixner is followed by teammate Tara Delaney (75-74-71=220) and EMU’s Catherine Fortin (76-72-79=227).

 

Conditions were tough all day long, as the players battled temperatures in the 50s and gusty wind. Kent State shot 26-over par through the first 36 holes and followed that up by turning in an eight- over par performance in the third round. Toledo (972), Ohio (975), Northern Illinois (993), Ball State (1000), and Bowling Green (1006) rounded out the team scores.

 

Links to live scoring of the championship can be viewed via the MAC web site at www.mac-sports.com and the Eastern Michigan web site at www.emueagles.com. Complete statistics can also be accessed at the bottom of this page.

 

The final round of the 2007 MAC Women’s Golf Championship will get underway at 8 a.m. Sunday, April 29.