Roska leads CU at UCO Classic

For Immediate Release

October 1, 2018

Cameron University Athletics

Kenton Means – Sports Information Director

 

EDMOND, Okla. — The Cameron women’s golf team is currently in 11th place at the Central Oklahoma-RCB Bank Classic, after one round of play on Monday.

First Round Results

The Aggies first round score of 324 is 29 strokes back of the current leader in the tournament, Southwestern Oklahoma State, who shot a 295 during Monday’s round, while Northeastern State is just a stroke behind them in second.

Iona Roska led Cameron with a 74 in the first round of play, and individually is tied for 12th. The only blemishes on her scorecard were three bogies; the rest of the holes she pared. The sophomore leads the field with 15 pars.

Allison Duffin is three strokes back of her teammate as she shot a 77 during round one with one birdie on her card, while Gerdur Ragnarsdottir made her collegiate debut with an 86 on Monday. Kennedy Wheeler and Molleejo Crain rounded out the CU lineup with a pair of 87s.

Competing as an individual, Kyndall Morgan is currently tied for 17th with a first round score of 75. Morgan had 14 pars in her round, ranking second in the field behind Roska.

There are a handful of teams who could make a move up the leaderboard in round two, as Rogers State is just three stroke back of the lead in third and Arkansas Tech is right behind them in fourth. Central Oklahoma and Henderson State are both within 10 strokes of SWOSU, and are in fifth and sixth respectively.

The Bulldogs’ Chloe Thackeray is currently in first individually with a three under 68 in the first round, while Fort Hays State is also under par with a day one score of 70.

Cameron will look to move up the leaderboards on day two of the classic as they tee off early on Tuesday.

 

Kenton Means

Sports Information Director – Cameron University

2800 W. Gore Blvd., South Shepler 512

Lawton, OK 73505

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Cell – (580) 583-2210

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