WOMEN'S GOLF: Ball State in 16th place after two rounds
Brittany Kelly tied for sixth individually
The Ball State women's golf team is 16th out of 19 teams in the Arkansas-Little Rock Golf Classic after playing through two rounds on Monday.
Arkansas State is feeling right at home heading into the final round, as it leads the tournament with a 30-over par 606. Missouri State and Eastern Michigan are in a tie for second with a 608.
Senior Brittany Kelly is leading the way for Ball State with a five-over par 149 through the first day. She is tied for sixth individually.
Junior Katie Windlan carded the second best score on the team with a 16-over 160. Following her were sophomore Autumn Duke with a 18-over 162, senior Rachael Pruett with a 19-over 163 and freshman Meghan Perry with a 25-over 169.
The final round of the tournament will begin at 8:30 a.m. today.