Golfers finish 12th in last fall tourney
The CSC women’s golf team struggled at the last tournament of the fall season in Amarillo, Texas. The team finished 12th place in the tournament with a 392-394-786.
Junior of Gering, Sam Rahmig, led the Eagles with a score card of 92-88-180. Adrianna Weeldreyer, freshman of Newell, South Dakota, shot a 91 the first day of the tournament and a 95 the second day, turning in a score of 186 total. Freshman Logan Kasten, of Cheyenne, Wyoming, turned in a score card of 103-104-207.
Tori Meschke, freshman of Broken Bow, shot a 106 the first day and a 107 the second day, turning in a total of 213.
“No one performed bad at the tournament,” Head Golf Coach John Ritzen said. “But, no one performed amazing either.”
Ritzen elaborated that several factors affected the performance of the team. The course was a very difficult one and this was the first tournament they have had to face with a lot of wind involved. The competition was very fierce at the tournament as well.
The team winner of the West Texas A&M University Invitational was the WTAMU Buffs, who were the host team. They turned in a score of 296-285-581. Kamryn Cummings of Angelo State won the individual title with a score card of 73-67-140.
The Eagles finished the fall season knowing what they need to work on for the spring.
Ritzen explained that the girls worked very hard this season, and they will continue to work hard in the off season. The team plans to work on swing changes and repetition over the winter. Hard work in the offseason should take the Eagles to the next level.