SOUTH BEND, Ind. - A true freshman carried the day for the North Texas women's golf team in the second round at the NCAA Central Regional. Freshman Chaslyn Chrismer fired the low round of the day for the Mean Green at 3-over par 75 while North Texas as a team shot a 314 in the second round at the Warren Golf Course.
Chrismer played the opening nine holes at 4-over par, but she closed with two birides and four pars in her final six holes to put up the low score of the day for North Texas. Chrismer is tied for 58th after two rounds with a 156.
The Warren Course was unforgiving as the lowest round in the field was 9-over par on the day. UCLA has the overall lead at 16-over par after two rounds.
Chandra Alexander has the lowest two-round score for North Texas after a 4-over par 76 in the second round. Alexander is 7-over par at 151 after 36 holes and tied for 21st place. Alexander had four birdies on the round but six bogeys and one double bogey held her score down.
Jacey Chun shot a second round of 81 while Addison Long posted an 82 and Kelsey Kipp an 86. The trio of players only combined for one birdie on the day.
North Texas sits in 19th place after 36 holes. The top eight teams advance to the NCAA Championship and the Mean Green is 15 strokes behind No. 11 Arkansas for the eight spot heading into the final round.
The Mean Green, playing in their first post-season ever, begins the final round of the NCAA Central Regional tomorrow morning and live stats can be found at www.golfstat.com