MARYVILLE, MO – After sitting just inside the top 10 after day one, the Wayne State College women’s golf team concluded their fall season with an 11th place team finish.
From Mozingo Lake Golf Course in Maryville, Missouri, WSC participated in the Midwest Fall Classic on Monday and Tuesday, October 17 – 18.
The Wildcats fired rounds of 347 and 341 for a two-day total of 688 to finish 11th among the 17 teams battling cold and windy conditions.
Augustana University edged Central Missouri 634-648 to win the Midwest Fall Classic. Nebraska-Kearney placed third (656), Missouri Western State took fourth (658) as Northwest Missouri State and Oklahoma Baptist University both tied for fifth (672).
Jazmine Taylor showed a six-shot improvement from a day one 85 to Tuesday’s 79. The Omaha-native tied for 18th with a 164 while Abby Brodersen posted scores of 86 and 84 to tie for 30th (170) among the 100 golfers.
Other Wildcat results came from Abby Kurmel (T-55th – 88/89, 177); Viktoria Bortkiewicz-Hamelin (T-64th – 92/87, 179); Saffire Sayre (T-66th – 88/92, 180) and Tricia Hemann (T-70th – 94/89, 183).
Wayne State College competed in five outings from September 19 – October 18. WSC will return to play in the Spring of 2023.