McDonald stays in hunt at NCAA women’s golf

By NEMS Daily Journal

ATHENS, Ga. – There was a different leader, but Mississippi State’s Ally McDonald remained three strokes off the lead at the NCAA women’s golf championships on Wednesday.
McDonald (70-69–139) was fourth, at 5 under, with two rounds left, Alabama’s Stephanie Meadow (69-67–136) took the lead as first-day leader Regan De Guzman of San Jose State struggled.
Southern Cal held a 12-stroke team lead; MSU was in 21st place.