Sept. 17, 2013
MINNEAPOLIS -The Minnesota women's golf program finished third at the Minnesota Invitational on Tuesday at the Minikahda Club, firing a 303 in the final round to finish +47 at 309-299-303--911.
Kent State took the team title at 306-302-294--902 (+38) to best Illinois by a stroke in the team standings. Kent State's Jennifer Ha also won the individual title at -1 with a 76-71-68--215, her final round on Tuesday proved to be the low round of the tournament.
Anna Laorr paced Minnesota over the two-day tournament, finishing 13th. Laorr shot a final round 76 to finish the tournament at +13, 77-76-76--229. Carmen Laguna and Banchalee Theinthong finished one stroke behind Laorr in a four-way tie for 14th at +14, 230 with both Gophers posting their lowest rounds of the tournament on Tuesday. Laguna ended the tournament at 77-77-76--230 while Theinthong came in at 76-81-73--230.
Competing as individuals, Sophie Kitchen finished tied for 46th at +28, 81-82-81--244, Taylor Quinn came in tied for 57th at +34, 85-82-83--250, Alexandra Buska finished tied for 59th at +39, 87-82-86--255 and Tiffany Gretsch carded a +40, 84-87-85--256 to finish in 62nd place.
Minnesota continues the 2013 fall season on Sept. 30-Oct. 1 at the Windy City Collegiate Classic in Highland Park, Ill.
Gophers Move Up After Second Round at Furman
After 36 holes of play at the Lady Paladin Invitational, the Minnesota women’s golf team sits tied for 17th.
Gophers Open Play at Lady Paladin
The Gophers finished the first round of their second tournament of the season on Friday in South Carolina.
Gophers Travel to Furman
The women's golf team heads to Furman University for the three-day Lady Paladin Invitational.