ALLENDALE, Mich. - The TexAnns wrapped up the first round of the NCAA II Women's Golf Championship at The Meadows Golf Course and is in sixth place.
Tarleton State carded an opening-round score of 320 (+32) at the Par-72, 6193-yard course in Allendale, Michigan.
The University of Indianapolis leads all teams with a 305 (+17) with Rollins College (+18), Central Oklahoma (+24), Nova Southeastern (+29) and St. Edward's (+31) are ahead of the TexAnns after the first day.
Casey Wild is in a three-way tie for fourth with a 2-over-par 74. The Lone Star Conference Freshman of the Year carded four birdies on the day-second most in the tournament-with three birdies on the front nine. Wild has won two tournaments this season with a 76.6 scoring average.
Isabel Jimenez-Perea finished the first round with a 77 (+5) and is tied for 15th. The three-time Lone Star Conference Golfer of the Year, who leads the TexAnns with a 74.3 scoring average, is playing in her third NCAA Championship. Jimenez-Perea finished in 12th and 7th the last two years.
Beatriz Prados is tied for 35th after a 9-over-par 81. Prados, a first-team All-LSC selection, is second on the TexAnns' roster with a 76.3 scoring average and has eight top-20 finishes and one tournament win this season.
Sarah Gee and Kerbey Kipp shot an 88 and 93, respectively, to round out the Tarleton State scoring.
As a team, the TexAnns recorded 39 pars and seven birdies on the day.
Tarleton State is playing in its ninth NCAA Women's Golf Championship since the 2006-07 season and is coming off the program's best finish last season when they placed third.
During the season, Tarleton State won two tournaments, including their eighth NCAA Regional Championship.
The TexAnns will resume the four-round tournament tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. ET and play through Saturday in the NCAA Women's Golf Championship.