Women's Golf, Midland/CSM Invite

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7th of 12

Midland/CSM Invite

11:00 AM - Thursday, April 5, 2018
Miracle Hills; Omaha, Nebraska
Non-conference Match

Recap

THE MEET

The one day College of Saint Mary and Midland University Spring Invitational saw mild temperatures in low 50's with enough sun to allow for some Great Plains Athletic Conference golfing. The outing took place at Miracle Hill in Omaha, Nebraska and played as a par 72. 

HOW IT HAPPENED

The Dordt women finished the day in 7th led by sophomore Alyssa Fedders and junior Autumn Vos who both cracked the top 20 on the leaderboard. Fedders, the Orange City, Iowa native shot an 84 which was good enough to tie her for 12th on the day overall.  Vos, the Lynville, Iowa native shot an 86 that landed her in a tie for 18th.  Molly banks and Anna Vander Griend were evenly paced finishing with a 95 and 97 respectively. 

The Briar Cliff Chargers (Sioux City, Iowa) took a commanding lead finishing 30 strokes ahead of the second place team, College of Saint Mary.  Briar Cliff finished with a 310 while College of Saint Mary finished with a 340.  Next was Concordia University at 343 and in fourth was Doane College at 352. 

Individual leaders for the day were Murphy Sears of Concordia University who finished one over par with a 73.  Taylor Minger of Briar Cliff finished second with a 74 and was followed by teammate Arianna Presilla who shot a 75.  Briar Cliff saw four golfers finish in the top ten.  

DEFENDER SCORES

7th Dordt College - 362

  • T12 Alyssa Fedders - 84
  • T18 Autumn Vos - 86
  • T48 Molly Banks - 95
  • T54 Anna Vander Griend - 97
  • T64 Tess Hemmila - 102

 

COACHES COMMENTS

“Alyssa and Autumn played a solid round today at Miracle Hills Golf Course with a 12th and 14th place finish in a good field. The key on that course is accuracy off the tee and take advantage of the approach shots. This has been a tough spring of poor weather and limited practice but we were ready to play today and a 7th place finish is good for us going into the next event in Lincoln," said assistant golf coach, Karrie Van Ravenswaay.