FRESNO, Calif. (3/27/23) – Winding down the regular season schedule, the Arkansas State women’s golf team is 12th among 15 teams after two rounds of the Fresno State Classic played at San Joaquin Country Club.
A-State posted consecutive rounds of 15-over par 303 and is one stroke shy of Iowa for 11th and eight strokes shy of Rutgers for sixth. Grand Canyon holds the 36-hole lead at 8-over par 584 with Fresno State (+10), Long Beach State (+12), Xavier (+14) and Cal State Fullerton (+16) rounding out the top five.
Olivia Schmidt paced the Red Wolves with an even-par 72 in first round and a 5-over par 77 in the second to rank tied for 23rd individual at 149. Elise Schultz (75-76) and Charlotte Menager (78-73) are tied for 31st, respectively with a total of 151. Casey Sommer totaled 155 (78-77) to tie for 56th thus far and Morgan Beaulieu is tied for 77th totaling 161 (78-83). Playing as an individual in the field, Kayla Burke is tied for 45th with a total of 153 (74-79).
The final round begins at 10:30 a.m. (CT) with a shotgun start. For the latest on A-State women’s golf, follow the team on Twitter (@AStateWGolf), Facebook (/AStateWGolf) and Instagram (@astatewgolf).
Fresno State Classic
12 Arkansas State 303-303=606 (+30)
T23 Olivia Schmidt 72-77=149 (+5)
T31 Elise Schultz 75-76=151 (+7)
T31 Charlotte Menager 78-73=151 (+7)
T45 Kayla Burke 74-79=153 (+9)
T56 Casey Sommer 78-77=155 (+11)
T77 Morgan Beaulieu 78-83=161 (+17)
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