Wildcats Women’s Golf In Fourth Place Through Sunday, Peters Ties Individual School Record

Wildcats Women’s Golf In Fourth Place Through Sunday, Peters Ties Individual School Record
Courtesy of Wayne State Athletics.

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.

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