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LWC men's, women's golf opens 2017 with Blue Raider Kickoff

Women ranked 25th in nation; men 22nd in NAIA pre-season poll
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By Anthony Latessa
News from Lindsey Wilson College

COLUMBIA, KY - (Sun 3 Sep 2017) - The Lindsey Wilson men's and women's golf teams open up the 2017 season with the Blue Raider Kickoff at The Pines at Lindsey Wilson, 275 Country Club Road, Columbia, KY, on Monday, September 4, 2017, at 1pmCT and continuing on Tuesday, September 5, 2017.

On the men's side Mid-South Conference members Campbellsville (KY) and Shawnee State (Ohio) will be competing. The remainder of the field includes Berea (KY), Brescia (KY), Union (KY), West Virginia Tech, Oakland City (IN) and Asbury (KY).

On the women's side, MSC member competing are Georgetown (KY), Campbellsville and Shawnee State. The remainder of the field includes Union, Brescia, Indiana Tech, Midway (KY) and Point (GA).

The No. 25-ranked women's team received 127 points in the NAIA Preseason Coaches' Top 25 Poll. They were also picked to finish third in the Mid-South Conference.

Last season, the Blue Raiders finished fourth at the MSC Championship. Lindsey Wilson returns six golfers who finished in the top 25 at the Conference Championship.

Courtney Vincent finished ninth with a total score of 243. Dacie Bolton finished with a total score of 245 to finish 11th. Kenna Richardson finished tied for 12th with a score of 246. Shayna Cockrill finished 18th, Tara Rodenhurst tied for 21st and Megan Kriz finished in 24th.

The No. 22-ranked men's team earned 152 points in the poll. Lindsey Wilson was picked to finish first in the MSC.

Last season, Lindsey Wilson finished second at the MSC Championship. The Blue Raiders return two golfers who finished in the top 25 at the Conference Championship.

Rasmus Broholt Lind finished as runner-up with a total score of 210. Cody Mingus finished tied for 16th with a total score of 229. Lind shot a two-day total 155 at the NAIA Men's Golf National Championship missing the cut by one stroke

This story was posted on 2017-09-03 16:23:18
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