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Allycia Gan finished in a tie for eighth in her attempt to get back to the national stage with +10 over par after all three rounds.
This comes after tying for sixth in the MIAA conference tournament with a +18 over par.
Margins for error can change the situation in a flash, but of course it changes by course. Last season she had home course advantage when the central regional was in St. Joseph. Gan got the golden ticket she needed after a successful seven over par at the St Joseph Country Club. Achieving second after a well played three rounds.
Changing up the scenery to this year's attempt, Gan traveled to Hot Springs Arkansas where the terrain can be a little different. With warm temperatures and a dash of humidity, it can affect aspects of your game.
After day one she was tied for first with -2 under par. Susana Oliveras from UCO kept pace with Gan through the day and shared the placing until the end of day two. Her total for the day all together was 70.
Day two saw Gan starting to slip in the rankings, finishing out +2 over par and in a two way tie for third with Central Missouri’s Rosie Klausner. She finished day two with 76 and a total of 146 over the two rounds.
Gan would end up having a rough day three, finishing at +10 over par and the tie for sixth. The unkind round three saw a total 79, ending with a tournament total of 234.
Taking first place of this central regional was Henderson State University’s Gracen Blount who ended +1 over par.
Gan can take from this year and hopefully make it back to the national stage in ‘23.
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