STERLING, Kan. – The Northwestern women’s golf team rounded out the fall season, capturing the Sterling Fall Invitational by 44 strokes, while Amanda Dixon won the tournament with a 173, putting her eight strokes ahead of the field. The tournament was held at the Highlands Country Club in Hutchinson, Kan. on October 11-12.
The Rangers, who led both days, shot a 398 on Monday, and improved by 20 strokes on Tuesday to shot a 378.
Dixon, who won her fourth tournament of the fall, shot rounds of 91 and 82 to combine for a 173. Cari Hall tied for fourth with a 97-90—187, while Hope Conneywerdy came in ninth with two rounds of 100. Madison Howard finished in 12th with a 110-106—216 and Jacey Ford tied for 13th after shooting 110-108—218.
Northwestern will be idle the rest of the fall and pick up the golf season during next spring.
Women’s Sterling Invitational Results
Posted on Wed, October 13, 2010
by Ryan Hintergardt