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April 22, 2017
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The Penn State women’s golf team shot a 309 in the second round of the Big Ten Championship, heading into the final day in ninth place.
The Nittany Lions have a two-stroke lead over the tenth place team Maryland, while the eighth placed team Minnesota, leads the lions by six strokes.
Sophomore Lauren Waller (Canonsburg, Pa.) led the way, hitting a team-high three birdies in round two on her way to a round score of 75, 3-over. Waller is tied for 29th with a tournament score of 153.
Sophomore Jackie Rogowicz (Yardley, Pa.) finished strong today, shooting a 1-under through her back-nine to end the round with a 78. Rogowicz is right in front of Waller with a 152, tied in 21st place.
Northwestern stays in the lead for the second straight day after shooting a 285, 3-under in round two. The Wildcats have a tournament score of 573 and hold an eight-stroke lead over Michigan State.
Final round action begins tomorrow with an 8:00 a.m. start time.
1. Northwestern (573, -3)
2. Michigan State (581, +5)
9. Penn State (615, +39)
1. Sarah Burnham (Mich. St.) -8
Two players tied for second at -4
T-21. Jackie Rogowicz (PSU) +8