WMU Golf Maintains Sixth Position at MAC Women's Golf Championships
FISHERS, Ind. - After a rain-soaked morning, WMU emerged from Saturday in sixth place heading into the final day of the 2012 Mid-American Conference Women's Golf Championships.
There was a back and forth battle atop the team standings and like the past 13 championships, Kent State emerged as the top team heading into the final day after carding a team score of 307. The Golden Flashes are five strokes ahead of Toledo, which leap frogged Ball State from third to second place on Saturday.
Laura Moutrey continues to be WMU's individual leader after carding an identical score to what she did on Friday, 7-over par 79. She sits in a tie for 13th after day two. Kaylee Imel also carded a 79 and is tied for 16th heading into the final 18 holes.
Toledo's Piyathida Chhaiyapan is the day two leader after carding an even-par 72 to lead the field with a two-round score of 146. She is three strokes ahead of KSU's Erin Hawe and Mercedes Germino, the 55th ranked golfer in the country.
Ball State is in third after leading for most of the second round. Akron moved up to fourth place, swapping places with fifth place Eastern Michigan. The Zips, Eagles and Broncos will play their collective final rounds with each other again on Sunday between 9:20 a.m. and 10 a.m.
Tee times start at 8:30 a.m., the leading teams going off No. 1 over the last five tee times.
WMU Individual Scores