Bison Women Golf Win North Dakota Fall Classic
Published: Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Updated: Wednesday, September 18, 2013 14:09
The NDSU women’s golf team just keeps on winning. They can add the North Dakota Fall Classic title to their trophy case as they finished 37 strokes ahead of second place North Dakota at King’s Walk Golf Course in Grand Forks.
The Bison were 31 strokes ahead of North Dakota after the opening two rounds Monday. NDSU hit a 36-hole score of 622. Four Bison golfers were in the top ten in scoring after day one and at the end of the tournament, those four golfers were in the top five.
Sarah Storandt stood atop the leader board the entire tournament and finished with a 9-over-par 225. Cassie Wurm dropped from second to third place after shooting a three-round score of 234. Hailey Boner also dropped a spot from third to fourth. Boner shot a 235 in the tournament.
Abby Weller had a good last round, moving from seventh to fifth place with a score of 240. Alex Schmid rounded out the scoring for the Bison, placing 25th with a 259.
NDSU extended its lead to 37 strokes ahead of North Dakota after the final round and finished with a 54-hole score of 934. North Dakota ended with a 971, South Dakota placed third with a 990, Omaha was fourth after shooting a 991 and Minot State finished last in the five-team tournament with a score of 1067.
NDSU will hit the course again next Monday and Tuesday at the South Dakota State Invitation in Sioux Falls, S.D.