WSC Women Golfers Compete At Mustang Invite
Posted: 24 September, 2012
MARSHALL, Minn. - Wayne State College improved 19 shots from the first day by shooting a 398 Sunday in the final round of the Mustang Invitational Women’s Golf Tournament hosted by Southwest Minnesota State and played at the Marshall Golf Club in Marshall, Minnesota Saturday and Sunday. The Wildcats shot team scores of 417 and 398 to finish the 36-hole event at 815 to finish in 17th place.
Augustana College captured the team title with a 624 followed by Concordia-St. Paul in second at 646 and Minnesota State third with 648. Wisconsin-Eau Claire (656) was fourth while Northwest Missouri State and host Southwest Minnesota State tied for fifth at 658 in the 17-team event.
Wayne State’s top scorer was Grand Island freshman Zandria Cole firing rounds of 89 and 90 for a 179. Wayne freshman Taylor Burke followed with scores of 103 and 95 for a 198. Other WSC finishers included Sarah Phinney with a 204 (104-100) and Emily Kaslon came in at 234 (121-113).
Wayne State returns to action on October 6th and 7th when the Wildcats compete in the first segment of the Northern Sun Conference Championships in Brainerd, Minnesota.