MAPLEWOOD, MN – For the second time this season, the Wayne State College women’s golf team took part in a two-day fall classic.
From the Keller Golf Course in Maplewood, Minnesota, WSC participated in the Golden Bear Classic hosted by Concordia-St. Paul on Monday and Tuesday.
WSC posted a third place finish being the top NSIC school with rounds of 327 and 325 for a two-day, 36-hole total of 652.
Rogers State of Oklahoma won the team championship with a 608 (301-307) followed by Nebraska-Kearney in second at 618 (308-310). Following WSC in third were Concordia-St. Paul (657), Winona State (660), Minnesota State –Mankato (661), Sioux Falls (678), Southwest Minnesota State (684) and Bemidji State ninth at 706.
Four of the five Wayne State golfers shot the same two-day score while the fifth player was just seven shots back.
Jazmine Taylor (83-80), Paige Peters (83-80), Mekky Winyarat (81-82) and Abbey Kurmel (80-83) each posted two-day scores of 163 while freshman Abigail Brodersen was the other Wildcat player with rounds of 85 each day for a 36-hole total of 170.
The Wayne State College women’s golf team is back in action this weekend during the Mustang Invite in Marshall, Minnesota. WSC will take to the Marshall Golf Club on both Saturday and Sunday, September 25 – 26.