LCSC women’s golf team
places 13th at nationals
DIEGO – The Lewis-Clark State College women’s golf team
found the going a little rough in the final round of the
13th annual NAIA Women’s Golf Championships on Friday
and wound up placing 13th overall in the four-day
tournament, which was played at Lake San Marcos Country
Warriors shot a team score of 50-over par on Friday,
their worst of their four rounds, to finish at 172 over
with a 1,324 total.
Cortney Shrout, a freshman, led the Warriors as she shot
a 9-over-par 81 on Friday to finish with a 328 total,
which tied her for 52nd overall. Teammate Juanita Villa,
who was named the Frontier Conference’s Player of the
Year earlier this week, was 14 over on Friday and
finished at 331.
Chantelle Beveridge shot an 83 Friday for a 342 total,
while Samara Kluever had an 88 for a 334, and Kara
Player, the lone senior on the team, had a 90 for a
Region I member, the University of Victoria, finished
12th at 1307.
Oklahoma City captured the title with a 1237 total,
followed by Lindsey Wilson of Kentucky, which posted a
1255. Region I member University of British Columbia was
third at 1257, while Rocky Mountain of the Frontier
Conference was fifth at 1269.
is the second straight year and third time in four years
the Warriors have qualified for nationals. Last year
LCSC finished seventh at nationals.
total of 23 teams and 123 players took part in the