WAYNE – With day two beginning Monday morning, the Wayne State College women’s golf team finds themselves in fourth place of the 2021 Wildcat Classic.
A total of eight teams participated on day one Sunday from the Wayne Country Club.
Sophomore Paige Peters of WSC tied the individual school record with a 78 while the Wayne State women’s golf team shot a new school record round for the fourth time this season.
WSC shot a 323, one shot better than the previous school mark of 324 set last Wednesday at the Newman Invite and was sitting fourth place after the opening round.
Nebraska-Kearney sits atop the team standings after one round with a 298 followed by Augustana in second at 305 and Concordia-St. Paul third with 319.
Wayne State fired a 323, three shots ahead of fifth place Concordia Nebraska at 326. Bemidji State (339), York College (342) and Mount Marty (356) closed out the team standings.
Peters, a sophomore from Bancroft, tied the individual school record with a 78 on the opening round. She joins Abbey Kurmel, who shot a 78 last Wednesday at the Newman Invite and Dawn Garrett’s 78 shot in 1993.
Abbey Kurmel fired a 79 Sunday followed by Jazmine Taylor at 81 and Tricia Hemann 85.
Faviola Gonzalez of UNK shot a two-under 140 (70/70) Sunday followed by Molly Stevens of Augustana in second place shooting even (72/72).
The second and final day of the 2021 Wildcat Classic will be played Monday at the Wayne Country Club with a shotgun start set for 10 a.m.