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Golf: OU women’s round suspended

by Mike Sherman Modified: April 18, 2013 at 4:33 pm •  Published: March 18, 2008

After morning play was suspended due to heavy rain and standing water on the greens, Tuesday’s second round of the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational at the University of Texas Golf Club was cancelled at 1:45 p.m. CT. The cause for cancellation was multiple lightning strikes in the area.

The tournament will now be shortened to 36 holes. Play will resume tomorrow with an 8:15 a.m. CT shotgun start for the final 18 holes.

The OU women’s golf team is tied for seventh place with Indiana, Iowa State and Missouri going into the final round. The Sooners are just one shot behind sixth-place Nebraska, three behind fifth-place Notre Dame and nine strokes back of fourth-place Arkansas.

Junior Kendall Dye stands tied for 11th place individually for the Sooners at five-over-par, five shots out of the lead.

Team Standings1. New Mexico – 303 (+15)
2. Florida – 305 (+17)
3. Texas – 308 (+20)
4. Arkansas – 311 (+23)
5. Notre Dame – 317 (+29)
6. Nebraska – 319 (+31)
T7. Oklahoma – 320 (+32)
T7. Indiana — 320 (+32)
T7. Iowa State — 320 (+32)
T7. Missouri – 320 (+32)
T11. TCU – 321 (+33)
T11. Ohio State – 321 (+33)
13. SMU – 323 (+35)
14. Kansas – 325 (+37)
T15. Baylor – 329 (+41)
T15. Kansas State – 329 (+41)
T15. Wisconsin – 329 (+41)
18. Texas B – 331 (+43)

Individual Standings1. Ornella Joven, Florida – 72 (E)
2. Alexandra Phelps, New Mexico – 73 (+1)
T3. Julia Best, Texas – 74 (+2)
T3. Stacy Lewis, Arkansas – 74 (+2)
T5. Britney Choy, New Mexico – 75 (+3)
T5. Casey Hines, Texas – 75 (+3)

OU Individual StandingsT11. Kendall Dye – 77 (+5)
T33. Kelly Jacques – 80 (+8)
T43. Staci Smoot – 81 (+9)
T52. Ellen Mueller – 82 (+10)
T66. Heather Wright – 84 (+12)

by Mike Sherman
Sports Editor
Mike Sherman is sports editor of The Oklahoman, where he has a combined 18 years of service during two stints as a writer and an editor. He covered high school sports for The Oklahoman from 1984-93. He also worked as a news writer for the...
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