NCAA Women’s Golf: Dallas Baptist has a 6-stroke lead

Barry sliced into Dallas Baptist’s 10-stroke lead on the second day of the NCAA Division II national women’s golf tournament on Thursday at Findlay Country Club.
Dallas Baptist entered the day with a 299-309 lead before Barry fired a 307 on Thursday to cut the Patriots’ lead to 610-616 after 36 holes of the 72-hole event.
Indianapolis remains in third place at 619. West Texas A&M (621) is fourth followed by Henderson State (629), St. Marys (Tex.) 632, Arkansas Tech and Augustana (641), Missouri-St. Louis and Lee (642), Rollins (646) and Grand Valley State (656).
Dallas Baptist’s Ann Parmerter fired a 73 for the second straight day on a warm and windy day at Findlay Country Club to surge to the individual lead.
Tied with three other players for the lead after the first round, Parmerter has a 3-stroke edge on St. Leo’s Marie Coors (74-75–149).
St. Mary’s Maria Regina Gonzalez (73-77–150), Dallas Baptist’s Hanna Harrison (76-74–150) and Barry’s Charlotte Puts (75-76–151) rounded out the top five in the individual standings.
Play will resume today with the first group of players scheduled to tee off at 8:30 a.m.
The tournament will wrap up on Saturday.


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