Women's Golf Continues Play in NCAA Columbus Regional

Women's Golf Continues Play in NCAA Columbus Regional

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.

Freshman Ellie Cronin improved by eight shots from her first round, while junior Emily Turski was nine shots better today. Cronin is 94th overall at 174 (91-83), while Turksi is 95th at 177 (93-84).

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