LINCOLN, Neb. – The No. 16-ranked Lewis-Clark State College women’s golf team shot a 332 and is tied for 19th after day one of the 2013 NAIA Women's Golf National Championships at Wilderness Ridge Golf Club.
The Warriors, who cruised to the Frontier Conference regular season and tournament titles this year, struggled to find a rhythm over the first 18 holes, but will look to turn things around in round two on Wednesday.
The 27-team tournament, which includes 142 golfers, will feature a third round on Thursday, with the championship round being played on Friday. Live scoring is available here.
“We did not have a good day today,” LCSC assistant coach Cliff Carrick said. “The weather was not good. It was windy and cold, but everybody played in the same conditions. We just did not play well.”
Heather Bruce shot the team’s best round, 80, and is currently tied for 47th. Brooke Dagner had an 83 (T-80th), Karina Davila an 84 (T-94th), Idah Whisenant 85 (T-102nd), and Kelsey Haycock finished at 89 (T-119th).
“We played well yesterday in the practice round but we did not perform today. We look to have a better day tomorrow.”