ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Cold temperatures and wild winds greeted the North Texas women's golf team in the opening day of the season. The Mean Green is alone in seventh place after a two-round score of 648 and Chaslyn Chrismer is tied for seventh place individually after the first day.
Chrismer fought through the conditions to shoot a second round of 75 and a 153 for the day. She had four birdies on the day two in each round, and sits only five shots off the lead.
True freshman Keegan Moore had the second lowest score for North Texas on the day with a two-round total of 164. Moore bounced back from an opening round of 85 to shoot a second round of 79. Moore is tied for 35th place.
Georgina Mundy, likewise a true freshman in her first rounds of college golf, is two shots behind Moore with a 166. Moore shot rounds of 82 and 84.
McKenzie Ralston is alone in 58th place after rounds of 85 and 84 while Taylor Kilponen opened with an 81 but followed up with a second round of 90.
North Texas is in the middle of the pack in seventh place in a field of 14 teams. Host school Michigan holds a one-stroke lead over FIU heading into the final round.
The final round begins tomorrow morning and live stats can be found at www.golfstat.com