Magner moves up a spot in standings, Kuleba 15th overall

Magner moves up a spot in standings, Kuleba 15th overall

BROWNS SUMMIT, N.C. — Senior Aoife Magner shaved 10 strokes off her day one score, while first-year Annika Kuleba is 15th-overall following the second round of the 2019 ODAC Women's Golf Championship taking place at the Bryan Park Champions Course.

Starting the day in 12th, Kuleba (Endy, N.C.) dropped three strokes on Monday and ended the day carding a second-round score of 92. Kuleba's two-day total of 181 (+35, 89-92), leaves her in 15th, in the 31-player field, entering the final 18 holes of the ODAC Championship on Tuesday.

Magner (North Potomac, Md.) rose one spot in the standings to 30th after shaving 10 strokes off her day one total, carding a 119 for her second 18 holes. Magner sits 10 strokes ahead of Emory and Henry's Skylar Hill with a two-day score of 248 (+102, 129-119).

Individually, Beth Ann Townsend of Washington and Lee leads the field at 8-over-par (78-76-154), one stroke ahead of teammate Hannah Jones. The Generals lead the team field with a two-day total of 644 (+60, 317-327) followed by Shenandoah at 689 (+105, 349-340).

Kuleba is scheduled to tee-off in the final round of the ODAC Championship at 9:15 a.m. on Tuesday, while Magner is slated to begin her final 18 holes at 10 a.m.