HOUSTON – Casey Wild finished in a four-way tie for seventh place at the NCAA Division II Golf Championship at the Bay Oaks Country Club.
Wild, who played as an individual at the championship, had rounds of 69-74-76-76 for a final score of 295 (+7) at the Par-72, 6,103-yard course.
The senior from Australia finished eight strokes off the lead, held by Katharina Keilich of Indianapolis who won the tournament with a 287 (-1). Indianapolis also ran away with the team championship with a score of 1,157 (+5), 38 strokes ahead of second place California Baptist.
Wild, who is Golfstat’s No. 39-ranked player in NCAA Division II, shot 1-over par on the front nine and 3-over on the back nine. She finished the round with 14 pars in the round.
Overall, Wild was second among individuals at the championship with 51 pars in the 72-hole tournament. She also added seven birdies. Wild was +2 on Par 3’s, +4 on Par 4’s and +1 on Par 5’s in the four rounds.
This is the second straight top-10 finish at the NCAA Championships for Wild, who placed sixth overall last season as a