WAIKOLOA, Hawai’i (3/22/19) – The Arkansas State women’s golf team shot a second-round 305 Friday at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic, where it stands third among eight teams with a combined 613.


The Red Wolves began play Thursday by shooting a 308 at the Waikoloa Resorts Kings’ Course before cutting three strokes off that total today.  A-State is only one stroke behind second-place Utah Valley, while Oklahoma State is leading the tournament with a 600.


Through two rounds, A-State has four players among the top 25 individuals.  Maria Jose Atristain Vega leads the Red Wolves in a tie for eighth place with a combined 153 (76-77).


Aracelly Jimenez Rios is tied for 10th place with a 154 (78-76), Olivia Schmidt tied for 17th with a 157 (80-77), Grayson Gladden tied for 22nd with a 159 (84-75) and Beth Ann Compton tied for 31st with a 161 (74-87).


The tournament’s third-and-final round will be played Saturday.



Place, Name (RD 1-RD 2—Total)

3, Arkansas State (308-305—613)

T8, Maria Jose Atristain Vega (76-77—153)

T10, Aracelly Jimenez Rios (78-76—154)

T17, Olivia Schmidt (80-77—157)

T22, Grayson Gladden (84-75—159)

T31, Beth Ann Compton (74-87—161)