Rachel Rohanna ended the second round of the Praso Charity Championship with a bogey to finish with an even-par 72 round Saturday.
The Waynesburg Central graduate was on a roll heading into No. 9, her final hole, after a run of three straight birdies to move her to 4-under for the tournament.
Rohanna is tied in 12th place with a two-day total of 3-under 141. Perrine Delacour shot 8-under in the second round to pull atop the leaderboard at 10-under 134.
Rohanna played her front nine in 1-over 37 after one bogey and eight pars. She played her back nine in 1-under 35.
She hit 7-of-14 fairways and 11-of-18 greens in regulation, and needed 29 putts to finish the round.
Rohanna picked right up where she left off last week by posting a 3-under 69 Friday in the opening round for a tie for fifth place. Patty Tavatanakit held the first-round lead at 8-under 64.
"I played great today and made some really good putts," Rohanna said of her round.
Rohanna opened on No. 1 and quickly moved to 1-under with a birdie on No. 2. She gave the stroke back, plus another, with a double bogey on No. 4.
Rohanna closed with two birdies on the final four holes of the front to go out in 1-under 35.
She pulled to 4-under for the tournament with three birdies through seven holes on the back, but lost a stroke with a bogey-5 on No. 17. She finished the back in 2-under 34.
Rohanna hit 9-of-14 fairways and 15-of-18 greens in regulation, and needed 29 putts. The Ohio State graduate has her former coach Therese Hession on her bag.
"I was definitely hitting in the right spots, plus my coach has been around this course a dozen times, so she had good local knowledge! She read of a lot of putts for me today and it helped me confirm my lines and roll confident putts," said Rohanna.