The Peru State women's golf team finished seventh out of 14 schools at the two-day Graceland University Spring Invitational at Mozingo Lake Golf and Country Club in Maryville, Mo., last Friday and Saturday.
The Peru State women’s golf team finished seventh out of 14 schools at the two-day Graceland University Spring Invitational at Mozingo Lake Golf and Country Club in Maryville, Mo., last Friday and Saturday.
After the first round on Friday, the Bobcats were in a tie for eighth with a team total of 389.
Leading the Bobcats after the first round was Alana Payton (El Paso, Ill.) who had rounds of 46-49 for a total of 95 – placing her in a tie for 27th. The other Bobcat golfers were: Marisa Pribnow (Lincoln) – 48-48 for a 96 – tied for 30th; Jessica Weickert (Beatrice) – 52-45 for a 97 – tied for 34th; and Emily Hausmann (Columbus) – 47-54 for a 101 – tied for 47th. Courtney Musgrave (Omaha) withdrew from the first round.
Peru State shot 34 strokes better on Saturday and improved their overall standing by moving up to seventh.
All of the Bobcat golfers shot better on Saturday. Pribnow shot an 88 while Payton shot an 89 and they both finished with a two-total of 184, moving them into a tie for 22nd. Weickert came back with a 90 for a two-day total of 187 and moved into a tie for 27th. Hausmann finished with a 93 for a two-day of 194 and moved into a tie for 42nd. Musgrave's 88 on Saturday counted as part of the team's play for the day.
Peru State's next tournament will be their own invite which they will host on Sunday and Monday, April 6 and 7, at the Table Creek Golf Course in Nebraska City. It will be a meet featuring some of the top teams in the NAIA. The tourney will start each day at 10 a.m.