WAYNE –Following their winter break, the Wayne State College women’s golf program resumed their 2021-22 schedule with a spring invitational.
From Wigwam Golf Course in Litchfield Park, Arizona, WSC competed in the 12-team SMSU Spring Invite which began on Monday.
Nebraska-Kearney were the day one leaders with a 308, sitting 16 shots ahead of second place Missouri Western and Colorado-Colorado Springs. The host, Southwest Minnesota State is fourth at 328, two strokes ahead of WSC and Western New Mexico in sixth place.
Rounding out the team standings are Minnesota State (334), Stonehill College (338), Minnesota Crookston (350), Bemidji State (371) and MSU Moorhead (376).
Mekky Winyarat, a sophomore transfer from Dodge City CC, led the Wildcats on the first day with a round of 79 (41-38) followed by Millard North sophomore Jazmine Taylor at 80 (41-39). Abbey Kurmel (Okemos, Mich.) followed with an 85 (47-38), Bancroft-Rosalie junior Paige Peters recorded a score of 86 (44-42) and Albion freshman Abbigail Brodersen finished with an 88 (44-44).
The second and final day of the SMSU Spring Invitational will be played Tuesday in Litchfield Park, Arizona.