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Women's Golf Caught In Third-Place Deadlock After Day One
Posted: Saturday, September 9, 2006
WAVERLY, IA - After the first round of the Wartburg Invitational the UW-Eau Claire women's golf team finds itself tied for third place with two other teams.
Wartburg College leads in its own event at 311 on the 5,814 yard Centennial Oaks Country Club course. Luther College trails with 324 while Eau Claire, Simpson College, and Buena Vista University all sit in third at 328 strokes. The next nearest competitor is sixth-place Waldorf College with a 342 score.
Wartburg represents itself well in the top five, taking the second through fourth spots. Luther's Lindsay Thies leads all with a one-over-par 73 mark.
The Blugolds placed three golfers in the top 20. Jesse Thompson (Sr.-Stevens Point/SPASH) shot 40s on the front and back nine to tie for ninth with 80. Meghan Sobotta (Jr.-Arcadia), who tied for first place at the UW-Eau Claire Invite last week, shared 14th place with six others today including Kate Borman (Fr.-Kenosha/Bradford). Both shot 41s on the front and back ends of the par-72 course.
The Wartburg Invite ends tomorrow, with the first tee-time at 8:00 a.m.
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