As a team, the Beavers finished 38 strokes off the pace set by Minnesota State University, Mankato (329-321--650/+74), turning in a two-day total of 348-340--688 (+112).
Woelfel's 23-over-par (167) placed her in a six-way tie for 18th place individually, 15 strokes out of medalist contention. Winona State University's Katya Hoffman fired a 76-76--152 (+8) to claim a three-shot edge of the rest of the field for the top spot on the leader board. In addition, Mary Elmquist completed the 36-hole event among the top 30 participants posting a 170 (+26) to finish in a tie for 28th place.
The Beavers return to the Bemidji Town and Country Club Friday to host the BSU Invitational. The 18-hole event stands as the team's lone home event of the 2015-16 season.