Wildcat Women’s Golf Sitting 10th After Day One Of Newman Spring Invite, Winyarat Tied For 17th With 77

Wildcat Women’s Golf Sitting 10th After Day One Of Newman Spring Invite, Winyarat Tied For 17th With 77
Courtesy of WSC women's golf social media.

NEWTON, KS – Wayne State College concluded day one of the Newman Spring Invitational women’s golf outing on Monday.

From the Sand Creek Station Golf Course in Newton, Kansas, WSC joined 17 teams.

Following Monday’s round one 315, the Wayne State College women’s golf team currently sits 10th place.

The leader after day one is Rogers State University with a 302, Central Oklahoma is in second at 307 while Henderson State, Oklahoma Baptist University and the host Newman are all tied for third with a 308.

An individual leader for Wayne State College is Mekky Winyarat with a +5, 77 day one score and is tied for 17th. Other day-one scores for Wildcat golfers are Jazmine Taylor (T-31st, 79); Paige Peters (T-31st, 79); Abbey Kurmel (T-41st, 80); Abby Brodersen (T-48th, 81) and Tricia Hemann competing as an individual (T-48th, 81).

The top women’s golfer is Felisa Sajulga from Newman with a five-under Par, 67 and has a six shot lead.

Day two tee time is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. back in Newton, Kansas at the Sand Creek Station Golf Course for the Newman Spring Invitational on Tuesday.

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