FRENCH LICK, Ind. -
Junior Rosie Davies birdied her last two holes and senior Kristtini Cain and junior Pamela Burneski posted team-best rounds of 77 on day two of the Big Ten Women's Golf Championships being held on the Donald Ross Course at the French Lick Resort in French Lick, Indiana.
Indiana posted a second-round score of 311, 23 strokes better than its effort on Friday, and is 12th with a score of 645. Michigan State leads the field at 590, followed by Ohio State (595), Michigan (599), Illinois (604) and Purdue (604).
"Some positives we can take away are just keep to our game plan and give ourselves multiple opportunities to make birdies," said head coach Clint Wallman.
Freshman Elizabeth Tong continues to pace the Hoosiers, posting a 7-over 79 on Saturday to sit tied for 47th at 160. While posting no birdies, Tong limited her mistakes with just one double bogey to go with 12 holes of par.
Burneski tied for the low round of the day with a 77 and is tied for 53rd with a score of 161. After putting up no birdies on Friday, Burneski had three on Saturday with a two on the par-3 sixth hole, a three on the par-4 11th hole, and a four on the par-5 15th hole.
Junior Rosie Davies was one of four Hoosiers to shoot rounds in the 70s on Saturday, posting a 6-over 78 to sit tied for 56th at 162. Davies finished her second round strong with three birdies on the back nine, including going 2-under over the final two holes. Davies posted a three on the par-4 second hole, and threes on the par-4 eighth and ninth holes.
Cain bounced back in a major way from yesterday's round, posting a 5-over 77 to move up to at tie for 66th at 167. It was a three-birdie day for Cain, going 1-under on holes one, five and nine.
Freshman Kamryn Klawitter is also tied for 66th, posting an 80 on Saturday. Junior Kate Coons is tied for 69th, with her 83 today giving her a score of 168.
The Hoosiers are back in action for the final round on Sunday. The Hoosiers will begin teeing off at 9 a.m. ET from the 10th hole.