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Women's Golf - Wed, May 24, 2017

For the second day in a row the NAIA Women's Golf National Championship was postponed due to the weather in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. After round one was postponed on Tuesday, round two was postponed today after golfers battled 15-30 mph winds throughout the day and approaching weather forced the end of round two to be bumped to Thursday with play beginning at 7:30 a.m. eastern time. 

Briar Cliff is currently tied for 29th with Cardinal Stritch as both teams have carded a 712 with both teams shooting a 355 in round one and a 357 in rounds two. The Chargers were able to get in their entire second round with Taylor Minger currently leading the Cliff with a 173 (87-86). Arianna Presilla is second with a 176 (86-90) and Nicole Hemelberg is third in the lineup with a 181 (88-93). Abby Brinkman improved eight strokes from round one to round two and has a 184 (96-88) and Brooke Kroeger rounds out the scoring with a 188 after shooting identical 94's in round one and round two.

First-round leader Oklahoma City, who was unable to finish their second round due to the weather delay and will continue play at 7:30 a.m. tomorrow morning.  The Stars currently lead USC Beaufort (S.C.) by nine strokes.  Both teams have completed four-to-seven holes each.

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