SUGAR GROVE, Ill. — After being washed out on Saturday, the Alabama women’s golf team returned to action Sunday for the second round of the 2017 NCAA Women’s Golf Championships at the par-72, 6,343-yard Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Illinois.

Alabama finished the round with a 25-over par 313 and now sits in 21st place in the team standings at 65-over par (328-313/641).

Northwestern (301-298/599) leads at 23-over par. Kent State (303-304/607) is second at 31-over par. Stanford (311-298/609) is third at 33-over par. Ohio State (311-299/610) is fourth at 34-over par. Baylor (311-300/611) is fifth at 35-over par.

Sophomore Cheyenne Knight (78-76/154) is tied for 32nd at 10-over par, 10 shots off the lead. Freshman Kristen Gillman (78-78/156) is tied for 45th at 12-over par. Sophomore Lauren Stephenson (85-75/160) was the low scorer for the Tide today and is tied for 75th at 16-over par. Junior Lakareber Abe (87-84/171) is in 128th place at 27-over par. Senior Mia Landegren (89-84/173) is 29-over par and tied for 130th place.

The top eight teams following Monday’s final round will advance to match-play, with the quarterfinals and semifinals on Tuesday and the championship match on Wednesday.

Alabama will be paired with Florida State and Clemson in Monday’s final stroke-play round and will tee off at 6:45 a.m. from the first tee.