NDSU women’s golf competes at Concordia Cobber Open
Published: Monday, September 10, 2012
Updated: Monday, September 10, 2012 13:09
The NDSU women’s golf team took part in the Concordia Cobber Open at the Wildflower Golf Course on Friday. At the end of the day, the women broke away with three top finishers to win the tournament by 25 shots.
Junior Abby Knutson finished the competition with a 1-over-par 73, a score that would award her with her first collegiate win. This also tied a career low for Knutson, with senior teammate Amy Anderson finishing three shots over and placing second. Sophomore Sarah Storandt placed third behind her colleagues with a score of 77. Tying for seventh overall for the women’s first team was freshman Hailey Boner, scoring an 81. Tying for twelfth in the tournament with an 84 was Junior Megan Swan.
NDSU’s four-player score settled in at 307, with Southwest Minnesota State University coming in second with a score of 332. The University of North Dakota’s four-person team finished third at the tournament, tying with NDSU’s second team with a score of 336.
Senior Cydney Hasselberg and freshman Cassie Wurm ended the day with 82 for the second team, while junior Jackie Johnson and sophomore Emma Kusick finished with 86 for the second team, as well.
With a successful day at the Cobber Open, the women’s golf team will be playing again on Monday and Tuesday, September 10th and 11th. They will be participating in the Nebraska Chip-N Club Invitational at the Country Club of Lincoln in Lincoln, Nebraska.