The Oklahoma women's golf is eighth, and Oklahoma State is 22nd after the first day of the NCAA Championships in Athens, Ga.
The Sooners shot a 3-over 291, and the Cowgirls shot a 15-over 303 at the University of Georgia golf course. San Jose State and Southern California are the co-leaders at 4-under.
Two Sooners are tied for sixth place individually OU junior Emily Collins and senior Taylor Schmidt each shot 1-under 71 and are four shots behind leader Regan De Guzman of San Jose State.
OSU's Julie Yang led the Cowgirls at 2-over 74. She is tied for 46th.
Three rounds remain in the 72-hole tournament.
Cowboys to ‘Wrestle for Moore'
Several Oklahoma State wrestlers will join other collegiate wrestlers and coaches from the state on Saturday to hold a free wrestling clinic called “Wrestle for Moore” at the Oklahoma Wrestling Academy.
Monetary and material donations are welcomed and will go to the Oklahoma branch of the American Red Cross. T-shirts will also be on sale, with 100 percent of the money going to the Red Cross.
Two sessions will be available for grade school through high school wrestlers. The first session will be from 9-11 a.m. and the second session from 2-4 p.m.
The event is headed by Tyrone Lewis, a four-time All-American for Oklahoma State from 2001-04. He will be joined by former Cowboy standout and 2012 Olympic bronze medalist Coleman Scott. National champions Chris Perry and Jordan Oliver are also expected to be in attendance.
For more details, contact Lewis at (405) 638-6732, Hardell Moore at (405) 613-8403 or Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.