Saturday, May 12, 2012

Molly Winnett's KSU Owl Update: Day Two

Today we had our first morning tee time and boy are we glad we did. The weather was predicted to be cold and wet throughout the entire day. It ended up being a 40-degree drop in temperature and rain towards the ends of our rounds. Despite the weather, Lea, Kaew, and I managed to shoot in the 70s with a 75, 78, and 76 respectively.
Once again we played with Illinois and San Jose State.  Illinois is tied for 12th, San Jose State is in 10th, while your Kennesaw State Owls are still in 20th.  Stanford is on top of the leader board with rounds of 287 and 293, a +4 overall performance.
The weather tomorrow is going to be the same as today, however we will be teeing off in the afternoon wave. We might catch more rain tomorrow, but we will be more prepared for it. It’s time to give it all we got on these last 18 holes. We may not qualify for our first National tournament, but I know we will finish trying our best.

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