CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – The Ohio State women’s golf team sits in a tie for seventh after 36 holes of play in the 44th annual Ruth’s Chris Tar Heel Invitational. The Buckeyes carded a 1-over 289 to follow their 284 from Friday’s competition.
Sophomore Aneka Seumanutafa continues to lead the field in a tie for first after day two. She carded a 1-under 71 in the second round. Senior Adeena Shears shot a 4-under 68, her best round of the year and second-best of her career, bumping her up to sit in a tie for 13th with a 3-under 141. Sophomore Lauren Peter and junior Yukie Sasaki both carded 75’s in the second round, placing them in a tie for 58th. Skylar Thompson shot a 6-over 78 Saturday to round out the Buckeye lineup. Individual Kristin Jamieson carded an 8-over 80 to close out the Buckeyes’ second round.
Solid second round for the senior from West Virginia! @ShearsAdeena cards a 4-under 68, her best score of the season and second-best of her career, to sit in a tie for 11th at 3-under for the tournament!
— Ohio State W Golf (@OhioStateWGOLF) October 12, 2019
T- 7th Team 284-289-573 (-3)
T- 1st – Aneka Seumanutafa 66-71-137 (-7)
T- 13th – Adeena Shears 73-68-141 (-3)
T- 58th – Lauren Peter 73-75-148 (+4)
T- 58th – Yukie Sasaki 73-75-148 (+4)
T- 73th – Skylar Thompson 72-78-150 (+6)
T- 95th – Kristin Jamieson (Ind.) 84-80-164 (+20)
The final round of competition will begin with a 9:15 a.m. shotgun start in the final round Sunday at UNC Finley Golf Course.