Uploaded Ad
 

McDonald One Back Of Leader, MSU Maintains Top 10 Card In Las Vegas

Share on Fancred
Send this article to a friend Print RSS

Sophomore Ally McDonald is one stroke back of her first-career win entering Tuesday's final round.
Photo Courtesy of hailstate.com

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – Ally McDonald’s two-round, 1-over-par 145 has the Mississippi State women’s golf team on pace for a fourth-consecutive Top 10 finish at the Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown.

 

McDonald fired a 2-over-par 74 on Monday to remain one shot back of tournament leader Christina Vosters (Penn State). The sophomore standout is in search of her first-career win after posting a second-place finish in the John Kirk/Panther Intercollegiate a year ago.

 

“Ally has put herself in great position to get her first win,” third-year MSU coach Ginger Brown-Lemm said. “She has managed to rebound and epitomize our ‘one-shot warrior’ mentality. As our co-captain, Ally is a tremendous leader, and I look forward to watching her compete during the final round.”

 

MSU turned in a 307 for the second round to secure an eighth-place spot entering Tuesday’s final round. State is trying to cap the fall with four straight Top 10 finishes, a feat not accomplished since 2005.

 

Just behind McDonald, Rica Tse notched a 77 to tally an 8-over-par 152 through two rounds. She is currently just inside the Top 25 with a share of 21st-place.

 

Freshman Gabi Oubre’ posted the biggest turnaround for the Lady Bulldogs. After carding an 81 during Sunday’s opening round, she recovered with a 76 on Monday. Her current 157 tally also matches Mary Langdon Gallagher’s two-round total. Sophomore Elena Warren completed the MSU leaderboard with a 161.

 

No. 50 UCF used a second-round 293 to climb six spots and overtake first-place at 20-over-par. No. 25 Penn State and No. 41 Indiana State trail UCF by two and three strokes, respectively.

 

Final-round action begins at 9:45 CT with the Lady Bulldogs slated to tee off alongside SEC-foe Missouri and San Diego State.

 

Live stats will be available through HailState.com. Fans can also keep up with the women’s golf program through the women’s golf twitter account, @mstateWG, or Facebook account, facebook.com/mstateWG.

 

Las Vegas Collegiate Showdown

Second Round – October 22, 2012

TEAM RESULTS

1. No. 50 UCF (303-293=596, +20); 2. No. 25 Penn State (300-298=598, +22); 3. No. 41 Indiana (292-307=599, +23); 4. No. 37 Wisconsin (292-311=603, +27); 5. Minnesota (299-305=604, +28); T6. No. 36 UNLV (302-305=607, +31); T6. No. 48 Missouri (310-297=607, +31); 8. Mississippi State (303-307=610, +34); 9. San Diego State (300-310=610, +34); 10. Fresno State (311-312=623, +47); T11. Kansas State (308-314=622, +46); T11. Kennesaw State (314-308=622, +46); 13. Long Beach State (322-302=624, +48); 14. New Mexico State (310-317=627, +51); T15. Idaho (316-312=628, +52); T15. Washington State (316-312=628, +52); 17. North Texas (316-323=639, +63); 18. Colorado State (326-314=640, +64).

 

 

MSU INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

2.         Ally McDonald               71-74=145, +1

T21.     Rica Tse                          75-77=152, +8

T50.     Gabi Oubre                   81-76=157, +13

T50.     Mary L. Gallagher          77-80=157, +13

T76.     Elena Warren                  80-81=161, +17

 


More from HAILSTATE GOLF (W)

advertisement
STAY CONNECTED
advertisement
2015 Football Gameday
MDOT
Maroon Friday - William Wells Tire
Maroon Friday - Firehouse Subs
Maroon Friday - Shipley's
Maroon Friday - Stromboli's
Maroon Friday - Northeast Mississippi Exterminating
Maroon Friday - Deep South Pout
Penn's Maroon Friday
Copy Cow
Hungry Howies
Aspen Bay
Jimmy Johns Maroon Friday
MAROON FRIDAY SPONSORS
MSU Athletics
Best Western
Dawg House
Farm Bureau
CSpire
Chevron
Gray Daniels
MDOT
Ford
MSU Athletics
Prime Sport Travel Packages
Vivid Seats