FINDLAY, Ohio – After finishing round one tied for the lead, UIndy (300-307) jumped out to an 11-stroke advantage through 36 holes at the NCAA No. 1 Super Regional Monday. Sophomore Amy Thompson (70-75) is one of two Greyhounds in the top 10, as her 36-hole score of +1 is good for second in the 49-woman field.
|DAY TWO LEADERS|
|Super Region One:||Indianapolis|
|Super Region Two:||Florida Southern|
|Super Region Three:||Colorado Mesa|
|Super Region Four:||Tarleton State|
The Greyhounds carded a 307 in wet conditions during Monday’s second round to move ahead of second-place Grand Valley State by 11 strokes.
Meanwhile, Thompson notched 15 pars Monday to finish at +3 for the day.
At +1 for the tournament, Thompson sits four strokes back of Drury’s Katrina Choate (71-70) and four strokes ahead fellow-sophomore and teammate Jenny Konop (74-75). Konop is tied for sixth, while senior Darin Pinnick (81-79) moved up 11 spots into a tie for 18th.
The 54-hole event, held at Findlay Country Club, Findlay Ohio, concludes tomorrow with third-round action. The top three teams along with the top three individuals not with a team will advance to the championships, held May 16-19 at Persimmon Ridge Golf Course in Louisville, Ky.