LEWISBURG, Pa. -- Lindsay Dodovich shot a 2-over-par 72 to lead Bucknell to a 309 composite and a six-stroke lead at the halfway mark of the Bucknell Invitational. The Bison had three players score in the 70s, and all five starters are in the top 11 in the individual standings.

Playing in cool, breezy conditions, Dodovich got through in 2-over, and she has a two-shot advantage over Niagara's Emily Doyle atop the individual standings. Also for Bucknell, Katie Childers shot 78, Anna Dailey 79, Eunbbie Kim 80 and Emily Larson 82. 

Childers sits in fifth place, followed by the freshman Dailey T-6th, Kim in ninth and Larson T-11th.

Siena is in second place in the five-team field after posting 315 on Saturday. Niagara is third at 334, followed by Shenandoah at 373 and first-year program La Salle at 390. Shenandoah received a 94 from Lewisburg native Emily Conrad, who is the daughter of former Bucknell men's basketball assistant coach Terry Conrad.

Bucknell also had four players competing as individuals. Freshman Meredith Langs paced that group with an 82. Nicole Mischler shot 86, followed by Callie Nelson and Graysen Bright with 88s. 

The final round gets underway Sunday at 8:30 a.m. at the Bucknell Golf Club. The Bison will be looking to win their own fall tournament for the fourth time, the last coming in 2011.