Oct. 11, 2011
Contact: Greg Murphy
FISHERS, Ind. - Cleveland State knocked two shots off its first round and carded a final round 322 to finish 12th of 14 teams at the MAC Preview that concluded on Tuesday at the par-72, 6,127-yard Hawthorns Golf & Country Club.
"I thought we played well again today and it was nice to see us knock a few shots off from the first round," assistant coach Doug Barber said. "We are continuing to make progress this fall and I feel that we are in a good place right now. We have one more fall tournament so we'll work hard over the next few days and come out and try to post a couple low numbers."
Sophomore Madeline Kaminski followed her career-low 74 in the first round with a 78 today and tied for seventh place overall at 152. She finished just three shots out of first place and two shots out of second place.
"Madeline had a great two days," Barber said. "She didn't make too many mistakes and really hit the ball well. This was a very intimidating golf course, but I thought she did a nice job of managing it and putting herself in good positions to score."
Playing as an individual, junior Lisa Barber shot a 76 today.
The Vikings will conclude their fall schedule when CSU competes at the Zippy Invitational in Akron on Oct. 17-18.
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