BSU women complete rain delayed Concordia Invite
Sunday, September 9, 2007
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. (Wild Flower Golf Course) -- Rainy, wet course conditions put a halt to day 1 on the Concordia Invitational , but participants hit the Wild Flower Golf Course in full force Sunday and complete both rounds of the 18-holes event.

Bemidji State University junior Jenna Schurman led the way for Bemidji State individuals carding an 87-89--176 to tie for 17th place. Courtny Edwards (94-86--180) finished four strokes back just out of the top-20 while Marissa Mackedanz rounded out BSU's trio of participants with a 84-89--183.

The University of North Dakota's Molly Martin fired a 78-82--160 to hold a three-stoke lead over the rest of the rest of the field and helm UND to a team title (333-326--659).

Because Bemidji State completed with just three participants, it did not earn a team score. Team scores are comprised of four member scores.

The Bemidji State women will next be in action Sept. 22-23 when they travel to Marshall, Minn. and the Marshall Country Club to compete in the Southwest Minnesota State University Invitational.