COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Cleveland State women's golf team continued play in the NCAA Columbus Regional on Tuesday, shooting a second round 328 to improve by 12 shots from Monday's opening round.
The NCAA Columbus Regional, which features six teams ranked in GolfStat's top-25 rankings and 12 who are ranked in the top-44, is being played at the par-72, 6,416-yard Scarlet Course.
Freshman Kaylee Neumeister had CSU's low round of the day with an 80 and is tied for 86th place with a two-day total of 165 (85-80).
Junior Sophie Kelner is tied for 81st place overall with rounds of 81-82 (163), while sophomore Rayna Oosterhuis is 88th at 166 following back-to-back rounds of 83.
The Vikings will conclude play in the regional on Wednesday (May 10) with the final round.
Live scoring will be available throughout the tournament via GolfStat.
||Sophie Kelner (5)||81||82||163|
|T86||Kaylee Neumeister (2)||85||80||165|
|88||Rayna Oosterhius (1)||83||83||166|
|94||Ellie Cronin (3)||91||83||174|
|95||Emily Turski (4)||93||84||177|