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Rhodes Athletics | May 15, 2014

Rhodes stays strong through weather, remains atop NCAA leaderboard

HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, Fla. -- Rhodes didn't let unfavorable weather dampen its spirits as it widened its lead to 11 strokes as it leads the NCAA Division III Women's Golf Championship.

Round three got off to a late start due to the unfinished second round that completed on Thursday morning. Round three was suspended due to darkness and will resume on May 16.

The Lynx managed to put some distance between themselves, shooting 11-over par on the holes they played. Texas-Tyler shot 17-over par in the partial competition, with Ithaca moving closer with a nine-over par. The defending champions, Mary Hardin-Baylor sits in fourth with 20-over par with No. 1-ranked Washington (Mo.) shooting 16-over par to round out the top five.

Sarahanne Vaughan and Jessica Zweifel led the Lynx through eight and nine holes respectively, shooting two-over par before the stoppage. Nikki Isaacson shot three-over par through nine holes with Meg Healy carding a four-over through eight holes. Jessica Ritter finished 10 holes at 11-over par.

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