WAYNE – More than half of the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference women’s golf teams competed in day one of two during the Wildcat Classic on Monday, April 11.
From the Wayne Country Club, Wayne State College welcomed in a total of nine teams and several extra individual golfers.
The Wildcats currently sit fourth with a day one 312 (+24) which marked the third-best 18-hole round of the season. Individually, WSC is led by Mekky Winyarat with a three-over PAR 75 and tied for third. Abby Brodersen is also tied for sixth following a four-over PAR 76 in the first round.
Nebraska-Kearney and Concordia-St. Paul are tied for first place after day one following a 306 (+18); followed by Augustana University in third with a 310 (+22); WSC is fourth with a 312 (+24) and Northwest Missouri State sits fifth with a 314 (+26).
The top overall individual golfer after day one is Anna Tollette from Concordia-St. Paul shooting an even PAR 72 out of 71 golfers.
Other Wildcat day one results came from Viktoria Bortkiewicz-Hamelin (T-15th, 78); Abby Kurmel (T-25th, 80); Jazmine Taylor (T-30th, 81); Tricia Hemann (T-43rd, 85) and Paige Peters (T-57th, 89).
The second and final day of the Wildcat Classic will resume with a 10 a.m. shotgun start on Tuesday, April 12.
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The 2022 NSIC Championships are scheduled for Friday, April 22 – Sunday, April 23 in Smithville, Missouri at the Paradise Pointe Golf Complex.