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Augie repeats as NSIC golf champ; SMSU finishes in 7th

April 22, 2013
Marshall Independent

The Augustana Vikings had four of the top five individual finishers and claimed first place for the fourth straight year after shooting a team score of 319 Sunday in the final round of the NSIC Women's Golf Championships at Paradise Point Golf Club in Smithville, Mo.

Southwest Minnesota State had its top score on the final day of competition, registering a 344 to finish with a four-round total of 1,435.

Augustana had no challengers at the top of the standings. The Vikings four-round score of 1,279 (127-over par) was 61 strokes better than runner-up Minnesota State-Mankato.

The first two rounds of the NSIC Championships were played Oct. 6-7 at Classics at Madden's in Brainerd at the conclusion of the fall season. The second two rounds took place Saturday and Sunday at Paradise Point Golf Club.

Augustana's Allie Ostrander shot a four-round total of 313 (25-over) to finish in first place individually. Teammates Maggie Leland (320), Marisa Toivonen (324) and Emily Kvidera (326) finished second, fourth and fifth, respectively, to help the Vikings dominate the field.

SMSU senior Krista Weiszhaar was the Mustangs' top finisher. She shot an 83 Saturday and an 86 Sunday to complete a four-round score of 352, good for a tie for 20th. Rachel Patnoe finished eight shots back in 24th. Marissa Campeau shot an 87 Saturday and an 85 Sunday to finish with a final score of 367, which put her in 31st place.

Fact Box

NSIC Championships

Team Standings: 1. Augustana 326 320 314 319-1,279 (127-over); 2. Minnesota State-Mankato 365 331 314 330-1,340; 3. Concordia-St. Paul 340 359 319 326-192; 4. Sioux Falls 365 365 327 346-1,403; 5. Upper Iowa 359 371 334 343-1,407; 6. Winona State 377 368 330 343-1,418; 7. Southwest Minnesota State 365 371 355 344-1,435; 8. St. Cloud State 370 362 348 357-1,437; 9. Bemidji State 371 386 360 360-1,477; 10. Minot State 398 364 362 358-1,482; 11. Minnesota State-Moorhead 393 404 378 373-1,548; 12. Minnesota-Crookston 428 442 398 404-1,672; 13. Wayne State 461 440 394 410-1,705.

Top 10 Individuals

1. Allie Ostrander (Augustana) 75 80 78 80-313 (25-over); 2. Maggie Leland (Augustana) 89 76 74 81-320; 3. Tabitha Kunst (MSU-Mankato) 86 79 76 82-323; 4. Marisa Toivonen (Augustana) 81 86 82 75-324; 5. Emily Kvidera (Augustana) 83 78 80 85-326; 6. Taylor Auman (Concordia-St. Paul) 82 90 79 77-328; 7. Monia Enderlin (Concordia-St. Paul) 86 88 76 8-333; 8. Ayssa Kalthoff (MSU-Mankato) 90 85 78 84-337; t-9. Katie Kruschten (St. Cloud State) 87 83 83 85-338; t-9. Tavia Rutherford (Sioux Falls) 86 85 81 86-338.

SMSU Individual Scores: t-20. Krista Weiszhaar 91 92 83 86-352; 24. Rachel Patnoe 90 91 90 89-360; 31. Marissa Campeau 103 92 87 85-367; Abby Gruber dnc dnc 95 84-179; Haley Gudin dnc dnc 97 92-189; Becky Koepp 89 101 dnc dnc-190; Emaleigh Breeman 95 96 dnc dnc-191.

Augustana moves on to compete at the NCAA Central Region Tournament, which will take place May 5-7 in St. Joseph, Mo. Other qualifying team's for the region tournament will be announced April 29.

 
 

 

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