weather.The Minnesota women's golf team is in ninth place after one round of the Indiana Invitational in Bloomington, Ind. The tournament has been shortened from 54 holes to 36 holes due to inclement weather.
Indiana, the host school, leads the tournament with a team score of 314, three shots better than Ohio State. The Gophers are eighth among the 10 Big Ten schools competing in this tournament.
Individually, Katie Bakken posted the best Minnesota score of the day, shooting a 5-over-par 79 in the first round. Bakken is in a five-way tie for eighth place. Indiana's Natalie Tucker is the individual leader with a 1-over-par 75, one shot better than Mollie Fankhauser of Ohio State.
The tournament concludes with an 18-hole round on Sunday at 10 a.m.
TEAM SCORES -- Indiana 314, Ohio State 317, Michigan State 321, Northwestern 323, Wisconsin 324, Iowa 325, Kent 326, Purdue 329, Minnesota 332, Michigan 337, Southern Illinois 339, Illinois State 343, Illinois 347, Northern Illinois 347, Notre Dame 353.
INDIVIDUALS -- Natalie Tucker, Indiana, 75; Mollie Fankhauser, Ohio State, 76; Kelli Carney, Iowa, 77; Theresa Mcdermott, Indiana, 77; Shelli Morton, Michigan State, 78; Andrea Meeker, Wisconsin, 78; Sami Montgomery, Indiana, 78; Jan Dowling, Kent, 79; Katie Bakken, Minnesota, 79; Emily Bastel, Michigan State, 79; Veronique Drouin, Kent, 79; Kelly Moskal, Ohio State, 79.