Texas A&M senior Maddie Szeryk is tied for 10th at the NCAA Championship after a third round that featured a hole-in-one on the 137-yard seventh hole. She tees off in the final stroke play round of the NCAA Championship at 1:40 p.m. on Monday, with television coverage on Golf Channel starting at 3 p.m.
Szeryk is at even par for the tournament with a 54-hole score of 216, shooting a 1-over 73 in the third round. She is seven strokes behind leader Cheyenne Knight of Alabama who is at 209 (-7) through 54 of the 72 holes of the tournament. Szeryk, who finished 13th at last season’s event in Sugar Grove, Ill., is looking to be the fifth Texas A&M individual to finish in the top 10 at the NCAA Championship.
Szeryk’s ace brought her to within two strokes of the national title pace at the time, and was the second of her collegiate career. The four-time All-SEC selection had a hole-in-one in her first collegiate tournament, the 2014 “Mo”Morial at Traditions Club.
The two-time All-American started her day with a birdie on the 496-yard, par 5 first hole, as she increased her tournament total to 11 Sunday. Szeryk birdied the 482-yard par 4 18th to close her round.
Live scoring for Monday’s final round on the par 72/6,328-yard home course of the Oklahoma State golf teams is available on golfstat.com.