LCSC women’s golf team remains at No. 19
Calif. – The Lewis-Clark State College women’s
golf team had 22 pars and 2 birdies on Thursday,
but it was the “other score” that got to it.
double bogeys or worse on 18 holes in blustery
conditions, the Warriors were unable to gain
much ground in the third day of the NAIA Women’s
Golf Championships at the San Marcos Country
club on Thursday.
Warriors record a team score of 352 on Thursday,
which left it in 19th place overall heading into
Friday’s final 18 holes. LCSC shot 344 and 342
during its two previous rounds and stands at
1038 overall, 10 shots behind Dakota Wesleyan,
which in 18th place.
junior Juanita Villa tied her best round of the
tournament with an 85 to lead the Warriors on
Thursday, while Cortney Shrout and Alana Norris
both carded 85s. Sue James and Samara Kluever
stands tied for 57yth overall with a 250 score,
while Villa is tied for 77th at 257, and Norris
is a shot back at 258.
Embry-Riddle took the third-day lead with a 941
total, one shot ahead of Oklahoma City. Fellow
Frontier Conference competitor Rocky Mountain
stands 13th at 991.