PARRISH, Fla. â€“ The Michigan State womenâ€™s golf team is in fourth place after two rounds of play (295-294â€”589) on Monday at the Central District Invitational. The Spartans are hosting the 12th annual tournament, which features 15 teams, at the River Wilderness Country Club.
No. 25 Oklahoma (291-293â€”584) currently leads the field by two shots over TCU (297-289â€”586), followed by Vanderbilt in third (293-294â€”587).
Oklahoma sophomore Chirapat Jao-Javanil is up five shots on the individual leaderboard after carding a 6-under 138 (68-70).
Christine Meier paced the Spartans with a 1-over 145 and is tied for seventh place. Meier had three birdies in her even-par 72 round to start the day, and finished with three more birdies and a 1-over 73 in her second round.
Junior Caroline Powers is right behind Meier with at 2-over 146 (71-75) and stands in a tie for 11th.
Although Allyssa Ferrell shot a 77 in her first round, she improved by seven shots in the second round to compile the best round of the day for the Spartans at 2-under 70. Overall, Ferrell owns a 3-over 147 and is tied for 14th going into Tuesday.
Lindsey Solberg posted a 154 (75-79), while Jenny Sritragul carded a 155 (79-76).
The third and final round of the CDI is set for Tuesday morning; live scoring of the tournament will be available at golfstat.com.