Andy Sneddon, CMUChippewas.com
STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. - Bria Colosky shot an 8-over par 82 on Monday to lead the Central Michigan golf team during the second round of the John Kirk Panther Intercollegiate at Eagle's Landing Country Club.
The third and final round of the 54-hole tournament is scheduled for Tuesday.
Colosky's 80, coupled with her first-round 82, gives her a 162 total. She is among a group tied for 57th in the 87-player tournament.
Also for the Chippewas on Monday, Kristen Wolfe shot 83, Meghan Deardorff carded an 86, and Natalie Johnson and Holly Hines both shot 93. Hines missed Sunday's first round because of illness.
Wolfe stands at 169, Deardorff is at 175, and Johnson checks in at 176.
The Chippewas posted a 342 team score on Monday for a 682 total. They are 17th in the 17-team field.
First-round leader Jacksonville shot 295 and leads the tournament with a 594 total, four shots ahead of second-place Murray State. South Alabama is third with a 608 total.
South Alabama's Siti Shaari shot her second-consecutive even-par 72 and leads the tournament with a 144 total, one shot ahead of Maria Brunzell of Jacksonville (74-71).