8th of 11
The Dordt College women’s golf team finished ninth in the two-day Concordia Spring Invite.
The Defenders improved their score by one stroke on day two with a 357 on Friday.
Alyssa Fedders led the Defenders with an 81 on Friday for a two day total of 163 and she finished tied for 16th. Molly Banks had a 91 for a total of 181.
Doane finished with a 704 to claim eighth place while Peru State was the big mover, shooting a 342 on day two, improving their score by 19 strokes.
Bellevue won the event with a 613 (308-305) and Morningside was second with a 628 (318-310). Taylor Minger from Briar Cliff was the medalist with a 149 (73-76) and was three strokes in front of her teammate Arianna Presilla.
The field featured 73 players.
COACH CHRISTIANS SAID
“The Highlands course is a links style course and the breezier conditions today were a challenge. We improved by one stroke from yesterday, led by Alyssa Fedders 81. She got off to a slow start, but finished with 2 birdies late in her round to finish T16 in a strong field. This event was a good indicator of where our team is at going into the GPAC Championships next week. Our goal is to move up at least one spot in the GPAC standings by having Erin Olsen back for the final round. Autumn Vos, Molly Banks, and Rylie Brown all had consistent rounds at The Highlands. With our limited practice opportunities this spring, our scoring has been surprisingly good," said Dordt College golf coach Mark Christians.
- T16 Alyssa Fedders 163
- T39 Molly Banks 181
- 42 Autumn Vos 182
- T49 Rylie Brown 189
- 68 Mackenzie Peterson 208