The Dalton State College women's golf team dropped one spot Thursday after the third round of the NAIA National Championships at Lincoln Park Golf Course in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The No. 4-ranked Lady Roadrunners are tied for fifth place after Thursday's round of 302 (+14), which was seven strokes better than what they shot as a team in the second round on Wednesday. Dalton State now has a team score of 904 (+40). British Columbia remains the leader with a team score of 884 (+20) heading into today's final round of the four-day tournament.

Isabel Rijos leads the Lady Roadrunners as she moved up four spots individually and is now tied for fourth after her even round of 72 on Thursday. She has a combined score of 218 (+2), which is four strokes back from the leader Michela Tjan of Keiser University at 214 (-2).

Dalton State's Katie Dalton is tied for 41st at 227 (+11) and Hannah Gasaway is tied for 48th at 229 (+13). Cameron Daniel rounds out scoring tied for 51st at 230 (+14).

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