Wildcat Women’s Golf Slides To 15th, Home Classic Scheduled For April 11 – 12   

Wildcat Women’s Golf Slides To 15th, Home Classic Scheduled For April 11 – 12   
Courtesy of Wayne State Athletics. Winyarat (left) and Taylor (right).

NEWTON, KS – Following a 10th place start to the Newman Spring Invitational, the Wayne State College women’s golf team closed out the two-day outing and dropped a handful of spots

From the Sand Creek Station Golf Course in Newton, Kansas, the Wildcats finished the invite with rounds of 315 on Monday followed by a 330 on Tuesday to place 15th out of 18 teams with a two-day score of 645.

Rogers State won the invite with a two-day score of 604, followed by Central Oklahoma and Henderson State both tied for second (605), Central Missouri finished fourth (608) while Missouri – St. Louis and Oklahoma Baptist University tied for fifth (618).

Complete results.

The day-one 315 for Wayne State College was the fifth-best single day score in school history.

Individually, Wayne State College was led by sophomore Mekky Winyarat who tied for 36th (77/81) out of 94 golfers.

Other top Wildcat female golfers were sophomore Jazmine Taylor tied for 43rd (79/80); freshman Abby Brodersen tied for 59th (81/82); sophomore Tricia Hemann tied for 59th (81/82); sophomore Abbey Kurmel tied for 73rd (80/87) and junior Paige Peters tied for 82nd (79/94).

Gracen Blount from Henderson State won the invite with rounds of 73 on Monday and 70 on Tuesday for a two-day total 143 edging day-one leader, Felisa Sajulga (67/77, 144).

The Wayne State College women’s golf team will close out their regular season with their home Wildcat Classic on Monday, April 11 and Tuesday, April 12 from the Wayne Country Club. The NSIC Women’s Golf Championships are slated for Friday, April 22 – Sunday, April 24 in Missouri.

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