Jacks in 6th at UMKC Fall Invite
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- Islamiah Fuad is tied for 10th place after 36 holes at the UMKC Kangaroo Fall Invitational on Monday, being held at the 6,124-yard, par-72 Shoal Creek Golf Club.
The freshman opened the 54-hole tournament with scores of 77 in both rounds for a two round total of 154, which marks the lowest 36-hole score of her career. The mark of 77 also ties a personal best low round for Fuad, who notched two birdies in each round.
The Jackrabbits stand in 6th place as a team after rounds of 323 and 314 (637) on Monday. SDSU is seven strokes behind Drake (317-313-630) heading into the final 18 holes Tuesday.
Freshman Megan Mingo is just outside the top-25 after carding scores of 83 and 77. The Yankton, S.D., native is tied for 26th place with a two-round total of 160.
Junior Alli Plath rounds out the Jackrabbit lineup and is tied for 41st heading into play Tuesday. Plath posted rounds of 87 and 81 for a 36-hole score of 168.
Two Jackrabbits are golfing unattached at the two-day tourney.
Junior Amber Houser is tied for 36th place after rounds of 85 and 81 for a 36-hole score of 166, her lowest two-round score of the season.
Sophomore Michaela Kouri posted scores of 85 and 87 for a two-round total of 172 and in 46th place.
Southern Illinois leads the team standings by 17 strokes over Bradley (299-317-616). SIU posted rounds of 308 and 291 (599). The Salukis were led by Cassie Rushing's rounds of 76 and 68 (144), who holds a three-stroke lead over Bradley's Danielle Lemek (72-75-147) heading into the final round.
The tournament wraps up with the final 18 holes on Tuesday starting at 8 a.m.
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