USD women golfers finish in fourth place

USD women golfers finish in fourth place
The South Dakota women's golf squad advanced one position from where it stood after the first day of play at the Concordia Invitational in Detroit Lakes, MN, to finish in fourth place with a two-day total of 662.

North Dakota State captured the event's title with a 644, with North Dakota taking second with a 649. Gustavus Adolphus edged USD for third-place with its 660, while the Coyotes vaulted past fifth-place Augustana which finished at 665.

Senior Amanda Young (Mitchell) finished the event in fourth-place with a two-day total of 78-81=159, which was six strokes back of medalist Erin Oakland of Southwest Minnesota State. Fellow senior Karrie Plate (Vermillion) was in a tie for 14th by carding an 83-82=165, while junior Amber Luitjens (Aberdeen) carded an 86-80=186 to tie for 17th.

Junior Brooke Bonte (Beresford) completed her two rounds with an 84-88=172, with freshman Candice Bonrud (Burnsville, MN) beginning her collegiate career with an 88-88=176.

Also competing for USD were junior Andrea Petersen (Austin, MN), who shot a 90-91=181, and sophomore Kendra Neugebauer (Parkston), who finished with a 101-105=206.

The Coyotes will be in Lake City, MN, on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 16 and 17, in their next action when they participate in the Concordia-St. Paul Invitational.

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