Eagle golf lands eighth of eight

The Eagle golf team came in last place for the fall season’s last tournament in Kearney Monday and Tuesday.
The team shot 747 strokes over the two day span. This score is 171 strokes over par.

Chadron State’s star player of the week Alissa Peterson, senior of Lusk, Wyo., placed 23 with 36 strokes over par, shooting a 93 on Monday and an 87 on Tuesday.

Senior Caitlin Parker of Rock Springs, Wyo., tied in the 27th spot with 95 strokes on Monday and 88 strokes Tuesday.

Emilee Pilkington, freshman of Scottsbluff, and Allison Rowden, junior of Broken Bow, tied for 36th with 193 strokes for both days. Pilkington shot a 96 on Monday and a 97 Tuesday while Rowden shot 100 strokes Monday and 93 strokes Tuesday.

Shala Sinner, freshman of Scottsbluff, placed 40th with 53 strokes over par. Sinner shot a 102 on Monday and a 95 on Tuesday.

The Western New Mexico Mustangs won the tournament with only 44 strokes over par, 620 strokes for the tournament.

The Colorado Christian University Mountain Lions placed just above the Eagles at 7th place with a score of 725, 22 less strokes than the Eagles scored.

Mesa State’s Jennifer Hilts won the tournament by shooting par on Monday and only 7 strokes over Tuesday. She shot a total of 151 strokes for both days.

The first tournament for the Eagles’ 2011 spring season is still to be announced.


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