BOULDER CITY, Nev. - The North Texas women's golf team shot a second round of 295 and inched their way up the leaderboard at the UNLV Spring Rebel Invitational. The Mean Green moved past No. 44 Tulsa and into fifth place after 36 holes as they sit one-shot behind No. 42 UNLV for fourth place.
"After another fairly slow start, we picked it up and played some really good golf on the back nine," said head coach Jeff Mitchell. "Chandra and Jacey continue to play high-caliber golf. I can't say enough about Chaslyn's 73, even after such a rough day in round one, she came out with a great attitude an fought her way to a good score. I really see this team starting to believe in themselves. Their patience and perseverance is paying off,"
Senior Chandra Alexander held steady in the top-10 with a second-round of even-par 72 as she is tied for eighth place. Alexander is at 1-under par 143 for the tournament. Sophomore Jacey Chun shot a 1-over par 73 and is tied for 18th place at 147.
Freshman Chaslyn Chrismer, who shot a first round of 85, cut 12 strokes off her second round total as she shot a 73. Chrismer is tied with teammate Kelsey Kipp who posted a second round of 77. Addison Long had an 80 on the day and is at 154 for the tournament.
The final round begins tomorrow and live stats can be found at www.golfstat.com.