Golfers tally season best at Mustang Invite
The Chadron State women’s golf team shot the best team score of the year, 734, at Minneapolis, over the weekend. The team finished 12th in the tournament out of 13 teams.
Head Coach John Ritzen explained that it was the best team effort of the year.
Sam Rahmig, junior of Gering, shot a total score of 170 over the weekend, leading the team. She shot a score of 87 the first day and 83 the second day.
Adrianna Weeldreyer, freshman of Newell, South Dakota, turned in a scorecard of 90-88-178 for the weekend tournament.
Logan Kasten, freshman of Cheyenne, Wyoming, shot a 96 the first day and a 95 the second day, giving her a two-day total of 191.
Tori Meschke, freshman of Broken Bow, shot a 103-92-195 at the tournament.
Ritzen said that the team played well over the weekend. He explained that if the team can shoot as consistently as they did over the weekend, they will be very competitive. The team did struggle with certain aspects at the tournament. Ritzen explained the mental side of the game affected some of the players. The team is going to work on more short game drills before the next tournament.
Haley Tollette, of Minnesota State-Mankato took first place at the tournament with a 76-74-150. Minnesota State-Mankato won the team title with a two-day total of 624.
The Eagles compete next at Amarillo, Texas, Monday and Tuesday for the West Texas A&M Invitational.