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Women's Golf One Stroke off Lead at NCAA Championship
By: Kevin Meinholz, Sports Information Director
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS, Fla. (UWECBlugolds.com) - The UW-Eau Claire women's golf team had the day's best round and is in second place out of 20 teams after round two of the NCAA Division III Championship at Mission Inn Golf and Tennis Resort.
The Blugolds shot 320 for round two, 10 better than any other team today, and now has a two-day total of 651 strokes. Methodist University remains in the lead with 650 strokes while Gustavus Adolphus College is in third with 653.
Katie Maurer (So.-Forest Lake, Minn./Convent of the Visitation) leads the Blugolds with 160 strokes for the tournament after shooting a 79 today. She is now tied for fifth place.
Both Torie Ives (Sr.-Osseo, Wis./Osseo-Fairchild) and Catherine Wagner (Fr.-Austin, Minn.) are tied for 11th place with 163. Wagner finished with 77 strokes today, tying for the day's individual low with two other golfers.
The round two move the Blugolds made on Methodist by was aided by the Monarch's Susan Martin, the two-time individual defending champion, being disqualified after erroneously turning in an incorrect scorecard.
Tomorrow the Blugolds will be back on the course for the third round of the championship. The first Blugold will tee off at 1:20 p.m. (Eastern).