SHAWNEE, Okla. – The Northwestern Oklahoma State University women’s golf team finished in fifth place at their last tournament finishing 56 strokes behind champion Rogers State. On a positive note, Amanda Dixon took home second place overall in the tournament missing first by two strokes.
The Lady Rangers opened their first day of play with a team score of 385, which was good for fourth place after the first 18. The Lady Rangers improved on the second 18 firing a 369, 16 strokes better than day one.
Amanda Dixon led the way for Northwestern with a pair of rounds in the 80’s, shooting 84-82 —166. Stephanie Martin had a top 15 finish overall with a 97-89—186. Lindel Godfrey finished 23rd overall with a pair of 99’s carding a 99-99—198. Brooke Carvell placed 28th overall with a 105-99 —204. Jacey Ford rounded out the scoring for Northwestern team with a 109-116 —225 placing her 34th overall for the tournament. Kayla Peters played as the individual for Northwestern. She finished with a 112-108—220, good for 33rd place.
The Lady Rangers return to action next week. Like the men’s team, they are heading north for the Warrior Invitational hosted by Sterling College (Kan.). Tournament play is set for Oct. 10-11.
The Lady Rangers are defending champions of the Warrior Invitational. Dixon took home first overall last year as well.
Thu, October 6, 2011
by Dustin Goodno