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LWC Women's golf tied for 13th in NAIA National Championship
By Christopher Coombs
Edmond, OK - The Lindsey Wilson women's golf team sits in a tie for 13th place at the 2021 NAIA National Championship following the first round of action. The event is being played at Tour 18 at Rose Creek, a par-72, 6,120-yard design. The Blue Raiders open second-round play Wednesday morning at 9:30amCT.
The Blue Raiders combined to produce a 308 on their first-round as they trail tournament leader Keiser (FL) who fired an opening-round low of 289. Oklahoma City and Taylor (IN) sit in a tie for second after a 294.
Hannah Sumner produced the tournament's shot of the day, needing just one on the par-three 15th hole. With nine-iron in hand, Sumner one-hopped the 139-yard shot directly into the hole. Sumner finished the round 10-over with an 82.
Megan Mann paced the Blue Raider effort, producing a three-over-par 75. She opened her round with a birdie on the par-four first hole but three bogeys across fine eight holes on the front nine pushed her to two over. After making the turn, Mann strung together six straight pars before a bogey, birdie, bogey finish left her sitting at three over.
Malene Clausen had an up and down round but finished strong after playing her first four holes to four-over. Across her final 14 holes, Clausen produced three birdies, eight pars and three bogeys to finish her round at four-over (76) and in a tie for 41st place.
Zofia Wojcik sits one stroke behind in a tie for 56th place despite not recording a birdie during her opening round. She carded 14 pars for her round as three bogeys and a double-bogey pushed her to five over par at 77 strokes.
Katie Biddlecombe added an eight-over-par mark to finish in a tie for 94th place.
Four athletes are tied atop the leaderboard in the individual standings at three-under.
This story was posted on 2021-05-26 06:51:11
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