DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (4/18/22) – Three Arkansas State women’s golfers are inside the individual top 20 as the Red Wolves are third heading into the final round of the Sun Belt Conference Women’s Golf Championship at LPGA International Arthur Hills Course.
A-State totaled 14-over par 302 in the second round and has totaled 599 (+23) after the first 36 holes in the 54-hole event. Georgia Southern, the round one leader, maintains the top spot on the leaderboard with a total of 593 (+17). Coastal Carolina posted the low round of the day with a 4-over par 292 and is second overall with a total of 595 (+19). The Red Wolves are one stroke ahead of Texas State (600) for fourth with Georgia State and South Alabama tied for fifth with a total of 604.
Olivia Schmidt maintains a spot inside the top-10 individually posting a second round 3-over par 75 to total 148 (+4) entering the final round. Elise Schultz moved up 12 spots individually to a tied for 12th, posting the low round of the day among Red Wolves at 1-over par 73 for a total of 149 (+5). Charlotte Menager is tied for 16th at 7-over par 151 posting a second round 77 (+5). Casey Sommer (74-80) is tied for 32nd and Kayla Burke (80-77) is tied for 46th.
In the final pairing Tuesday, A-State is paired with Georgia Southern and Coastal Carolina teeing off the final round beginning at 7:45 a.m. (CT). The Sun Belt Conference Women’s Golf Championship is live streamed on ESPN+. Live scoring is available on Golfstat. For the latest on A-State women’s golf, follow the team on Twitter (@AStateGolf), Facebook (/AStateWGolf) and Instagram (@astatewgolf).
2022 Sun Belt Women’s Golf Championship
Second Round Results
3 Arkansas State 297-302=599 (+23)
T6 Olivia Schmidt 73-75=148 (+4)
T12 Elise Schultz 76-73=149 (+5)
T16 Charlotte Menager 74-77=151 (+7)
T32 Casey Sommer 74-80=154 (+10)
T46 Kayla Burke 80-77=157 (+13)
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