The junior carded a first-round score of 91 (+19) to finish the day tied with four others for 55th place. She was 14 strokes off the pace University of Nebraska-Omaha’s Lindsey Newton’s 77 (+5) who finished the day in the top spot.
In addition to Newton,
two other Mavericks finished in the top 10 as Nebraska-Omaha holds a
eight-stoke lead over the field entering the final 18 holes of the
Because Bemidji State competed with just three participants, it did not earn a team score. Team scores are comprised of the four lowest 36-hole totals of a five member team.
Other student-athletes participating for BSU were Marissa Mackedanz
(Paynesville, Minn.) and Courtney Edwards (New London, Minn.).
Mackedanz finished in 69th after a first round score of 94 (+22) while
Edwards carded a 96 (+24) to finish in 76th.
The Bemidji State women will be in action again tomorrow as the team wraps up competition at the Mustang Invite. The final round is set for a 9 a.m. shot gun start a the Marshall Golf Club.