WAYNE – Four weeks into the NSIC women’s golf season and a fourth different golfer has been selected with weekly conference honors.
According to a release, junior Jazmine Taylor of Wayne State College was tabbed NSIC Women’s Golfer of the Week. She captured the individual medalist honors at the Golden Bear Classic on September 19 – 20.
This is also the second time in her Wildcat career (last being on 10/13/21) that Taylor has collected NSIC Women’s Golfer of the Week honors.
The Millard North High School grad from Omaha shot rounds of 71 and 72 for a one-over PAR 143. She also broke her previous individual round record of 73 as well as a school record in 36 holes with a 143, eclipsing her own school record by seven strokes (150 last year at the Norfolk Country Club).
The WSC women’s golf team set school records for a single day 297 on day one (old mark was 308 set last year on October 8 at the Norfolk Country Club) and 36-hole total of 612 surpassing the 624 shot at the Mustang Invite in Marshall, Minnesota last fall (September 25 – 26).
Wayne State College finished runner-up during the Golden Bear Classic earlier this week.
The Wildcats will compete again this weekend at the Mustang Invitational hosted by Southwest Minnesota State in Marshall, Minnesota Saturday and Sunday.