ST. JOSEPH, MO – For the third time in March, the Wayne State College women’s golf program hit the road for a two-day invitational.
According to a release from the Wayne State Athletics office, the women’s golf team battled windy conditions Monday and Tuesday, March 29 – 30 at the Missouri Western State/Holiday Inn Invitational.
From the St. Joseph Country Club in St. Joseph, Missouri, WSC shot team scores of 366 and 352 for a two-day total of 718 to finish 17th in the event.
Central Oklahoma captured the team title at 637 followed by Northeastern State of Oklahoma in second at 648 and Southwestern Oklahoma State third with a 654.
Millard North freshman Jazmine Taylor was the top Wayne State finisher after shooting rounds of 88 and 82 for 170, tied for 37th overall out of a field of 93 players. Sioux Falls freshman Sophie Jansa followed with scores of 89 and 92 for a 181.
Other Wildcat finishers included Paige Peters with a 184 (94-90), Tricia Hemann shot 185 (95-90) and Abbey Kurmel came in with a 186 after shooting 96 and 90.
The next meet for the Wayne State College women’s golf team will be Tuesday and Wednesday, April 6 and 7 at the Newman Invitational in Newton, Kansas. WSC will also be hosting an invite on Sunday, April 11 – Monday, April 12 from the Wayne Country Club before ending the regular season at the Augustana Invite (April 17 – 18).
The 2021 NSIC Women’s Golf Championships will be held in Morton, Minnesota on Thursday, April 22 – Sunday, April 25.