The No. 22 Ohio State women’s golf team climbed up the leaderboard on Friday, posting the best score in the field on Day Two of the NCAA Regional. An even par 288 elevated the Buckeyes six slots, moving from 11th to 5th place with two rounds in the books. The top-8 teams after 54 holes advance to the NCAA Championships.
Freshman Zoe-Beth Brake fired a 2-under 70 in round number two and leads the charge at +1 (145) overall; sharing 10th place on the individual leaderboard. Brake notched three birdies and did no worse than par until a bogey on her 16th hole en route to the second-round 70.
Fellow freshmen Katja Pogacar and Jessica Porvasnik sit at 4- and 5-over, respectively. Both notched 75s on Day One with Pogacar carding 73 and Porvasnik 74 in the second circuit.
Senior Allison Harper got it going in round number two, dipping below par at 71 (-1). Overall, Harper is tied for 41st place with a two-round total of 151 (+7). Junior Claudia Lim has shared the fourth contributing score to the team tally on both days, shooting 74 in the second stanza.