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Longhorns Extend Lead After Day Two of Championship
April 15, 2019

Texas extended its lead after the second day of the Big 12 Women’s Golf Championship by a commanding 22 strokes. The Longhorns registered a 297 (+9) and head into the final day of competition with an overall score of 584 (+8).

Texas’ Agathe Laisne and Sara Kouskova top the Longhorns after finishing round two in first and second place. Laisne, who finished third yesterday, jumped two spots after registering a 74 (+2) on the day. The sophomore is the only golfer with a total score under par at 143 (-1). Windy conditions affected the second round as the top individual scores were at two-over par 74.

Holding second place for the second straight day is Baylor with a score of 606 (+30) through 36 holes. Oklahoma State moves from fifth to third place after registering a 309 (+21) in round two for a total score of 609 (+33).

TCU stays in fourth at 614 (+38), followed by Oklahoma in fifth place at one stroke behind (+39). Kansas sits in sixth after carding a total of 617 (+41). Texas Tech remains in seventh with a 620 (+44) mark, while Iowa State finishes in eighth with 622 (+46) and Kansas State in ninth place at 631 (+55).

Action resumes Tuesday morning with the leading teams teeing off last. Kansas State, Iowa State and Texas Tech tee off at 8:00 a.m. CT, followed by Kansas, Oklahoma and TCU at 9:00 a.m. CT. The final group of Oklahoma State, Baylor and Texas begins at 10:00 a.m. CT.

The awards ceremony will be conducted immediately following the conclusion of round three. Fans can continue to view live scoring at

Team Rankings


Texas 584 (+8)
2. Baylor 606 (+30) 
3. Oklahoma State 609 (+33) 
4. TCU 614 (+38)
5. Oklahoma  615 (+39)
6. Kansas 617 (+41) 
7. Texas Tech 620 (+44)
8. Iowa State 622 (+46)
9. Kansas State  631 (+55)
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