Sept. 30, 2013
HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. -- After two rounds of action at the Windy City Collegiate Classic, the University of Minnesota women's golf team sits in 13th place at Northmoor Country Club among some of the top competition in the country.
After carding a 302 as a team in Monday's first round, the Gophers finished the first day of competition with a 304 in the afternoon session to sit at a +38, 606.
Sarinee Thitiratanakorn (74-79--153)is tied for 57th at +11 after shooting a 74 and a 79 for a first-day 153. Anna Laorr (78-79--157; +15) and Emie Peronnin (79-80--159; +17)round out the Gophers contingency in Highland Park, tied for 68th and 76th, respectively.
Southern California leads the pack at the Windy City Collegiate Classic at -6, 284-278--562, one stroke in front of Oklahoma State and two in front of Arizona. The Trojans also boast the individual leader in Kyung Kim at -5, 69-68--137 -- one of seven competitors under par for the tournament.
Minnesota closes out the Windy City Collegiate Classic on Tuesday morning with the final round of action.
Peronnin in Top 20 as Gophers Improve in Texas
The Gophers had their best round of the tournament Tuesday at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational.
Gophers Open Play at Betsy Rawls
After 36 holes Monday at the University of Texas Golf Club, the Minnesota women’s golf team stands in a tie for ninth place at the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational.
Gophers Head to Betsy Rawls Invitational
Minnesota will compete in two day tournament hosted by University of Texas.