By NEMS Daily Journal
ATHENS, Ga. – Mississippi State’s Ally McDonald will get an early start on her rivals for the NCAA women’s golf championship today.
The sophomore from Fulton, who’s tied for second and two strokes
out of the lead, tees off the final round at 8:09 a.m. today on the University of Georgia Golf Course.
The rest of the leaders tee off in the afternoon,
McDonald (70-69-70–209) played under par for a third day in a row.
“I’m in position to try to make something happen,” she told NCAA.com on Thursday. “Really, that’s all you can hope for.”
Annie Park (70-67-70–207) of team leader Southern Cal tops the field
and second-round leader Stephanie Meadow (69-67-73–209) is tied with McDonald.
MSU, making its first team appearance, was in 18th place.