WAIKOLOA, Hawai’I (3/23/19) – The Arkansas State women’s golf team took runner-up honors Saturday at the Anuenue Spring Break Classic, completing the three-day tournament with a combined 911 and four players among the top-20 individual leaders.


The Red Wolves finished second behind champion Oklahoma State and ahead of six other teams, including Hawaii, Utah Valley, Georgia Southern, Towson, Osaka Gakuin and Hawaii Pacific.  A-State improved its score each round, opening with a 308 that was followed by a second-round 305 and 298 today.


A-State was led by Aracelly Jimenez Rios and Maria Jose Atristain Vega, who both finished tied for fifth place with a 227 total.   Olivia Schmidt followed in a tie for 18th place with a 233, while Grayson Gladden shot a 234 to finish tied for 20th.  Beth Ann Compton placed tied for 28th after posting a 237.


The Red Wolves return to action April 1-2 at the Memphis Intercollegiate.