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Cats in 10th at Hurricane Invitational

By The Mercury

MIAMI, Fla. — The Kansas State women’s golf team sits in 10th following two rounds of the Hurricane Invitational on Monday at the par-71, 6,017-yard Deering Bay Yacht and Country Club Golf Course.

The Wildcats carded a 63-over-par 631 on the day and will look to move up the leaderboard in the third and final round on Tuesday.

One of the bright spots for K-State was Gianna Misenhelter, who moved up 10 spots on the leaderboard in the second round to sit in a tie for 26th following a 3-over-par 74. Hanna Roos also sits in a tie for 26th with a 36-hole score of 13-over-par 155.

Whitney Pyle climbed two spots in the second round to sit in a tie for 34th with a 15-over-par 157. One stroke behind Pyle was Ami Storey, who fell three spots in the second round, to sit in a tie for 39th.

Olivia Eliasson tallied a 22-over-par 164, and Paige Osterloo rounded out the scoring lineup with a 27-over-par 169.

Host school Miami leads the event at 29-over-par 597, eight strokes ahead of second-place Ohio State.

Campbell’s Brooke Bellomy leads all individuals with a 2-over-par 144. Two strokes behind Bellomy is Ohio State’s Amy Meier.

The third and final round of the Hurricane Invitational was to be a shotgun start on Tuesday.

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