After a good first round score on day one of the Oklahoma Intercollegiate, the Cameron University women's golf team was hoping for an even stronger finish, however, that didn't work out as the Aggies shot a 309 Tuesday to settle for a 610 total which left them in sixth at their own tournament that was played at the Fort Sill Golf Club.
Rick Goodwin's crew shot a 301 in round one which had them in third, but after the 309 ruined any chance of a trophy effort."We didn't play as well as we did the first day, but we had two good, solid rounds from Jaqueline (Strickland) and Kylee (Johnson). Lexi (Alexis Thompson) shot another 78, I'm real proud of her," said head coach Rick Goodwin. "We had a little fall off from the other two, which is not what we wanted, but it gives us something to build on going into the spring. We finished sixth in a good strong tournament, and we didn't get passed by any other Lone Star Conference teams."
Jaqueline Strickland was the team's lowest finisher as she added a solid 76 to her score from yesterday (73) to give her a 149 for the tournament and a ninth place finish. Strickland started out slow with a 40 on the front nine, but bounced back and shot even par on the back to give her the 76. Kylee Johnson shot the lowest round of the day for the Aggies with a 75 that gave her a tournament 151 after her first round 76; she tied for 16th place. Lindsey Alexander (76,80) and Alexis Thompson (78,78) both shot 156s, which put them tied at 31st for the tournament.