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Forum staff reports, Published December 07 2013

Oxbow's Amy Anderson remains in position for LPGA card entering Sunday's final round

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Oxbow, N.D., native Amy Anderson bolstered her hopes of securing an LPGA Tour card after shooting a 2-under-par in the fourth round of Q-School on Saturday.

Anderson is in sole possession of fourth place. The former North Dakota State golfer is at 11 under, which is 14 shots behind leader Jaye Marie Green.

The top 20 golfers after Sunday’s final round get LPGA cards. Anderson is eight shots ahead of the first golfers outside the top 20.

While Anderson, 21, completed her Bison career last year, she’s no stranger to the big stage.

Among her career achievements, she qualified in the U.S. Women’s Open in 2011 in Colorado Springs, Colo. Despite being an amateur, she made the cut, eventually finishing in 63rd place at 17-over-par.