WARRENSBURG, MO – For the fifth time in the past month and a half, the Wayne State College women’s golf team took to the course and closed out their Fall schedule.
From Warrensburg, Missouri, WSC competed in the Midwest Classic at the Mules National Golf Club on Monday and Tuesday, October 18 – 19.
The Wildcats finished eighth place with a two-day team total of 651. WSC shot rounds of 314 and 337 among the 36-hole tourney.
Host Central Missouri won the tournament with a 593 followed by Nebraska-Kearney in second at 613 and Central Missouri B in third at 618.
Sophomore Jazmine Taylor led WSC with a 159 shooting rounds of 73 and 86 to tie for 25th overall. Mekky Winyarat followed in a tie for 46th place with 76-87 for a 163.
Other Wildcat players were Paige Peters shooting a 165 (82-83), Abbey Kurmel at 166 (83-83) and Abby Brodersen firing a 171 (86-85).
The Wayne State College women’s golf team will participate in another five outings in the spring which will also include the NSIC Championships.