BLUE SPRINGS, MO –Earlier this month marked the 2021 Fall season opener for the Wayne State College women’s golf team.
From the Adams Pointe Golf Club in Blue Springs, Missouri, WSC competed in the Central Region Preview featuring some of the top teams in the Central Region.
Wayne State College posted rounds of 333 and 334 for a two=-day, 36-hole total of 667 to finish 18th.
Henderson State captured the team title with a 595 (300-295), eight shots ahead of second place Arkansas Tech at 603 (303-300). Nebraska-Kearney and Northeastern State tied for third with team scores of 613 while Central Missouri came in fifth place at 615.
Boone Central freshman Abby Brodersen was the top Wildcat finisher, tying for 60th out of a field of 95 players with a two-day total of 163 after shooting rounds of 85 and 78. Her round of 78 Wednesday matched the WSC single-round school record shared by four other players.
Abbey Kurmel, a sophomore from Okemos, Michigan, was the next Wildcat finisher at 166 with rounds of 85 and 81. Jazmine Taylor, a sophomore from Millard North, shot rounds of 81 and 88 for a 169 with Mekky Winyarat, a transfer from Dodge City CC, next at 170 with scores of 83 and 87.
Viktoria Bortkiewicz-Hamelin was the other Wildcat player and shot a 174 following rounds of 84 and 90.
The Wayne State College women’s golf team is off until the Golden Bear Classic in St. Paul, Minnesota from the Keller Golf Course on Monday and Tuesday, September 20 – 21.