(Neb.)- Amarillo Tournament Ends Fall For Eagles Golf
AMARILLO, Texas -- The Chadron State College women's golf team concluded the fall portion of its schedule with a 12th place finish at the West Texas A&M University Invitational at Tascosa Golf Club in Amarillo on Tuesday.
The Eagles fired somewhat consistently with Monday's round, with freshman Adrianna Weelmeyer and junior Sam Rahmig swapping places for one and two on the squad. CSC scored 392 on Monday, and turned in a 394 on Tuesday, to finish at 786 for the tournament.
"It was a really difficult course with good competition," said CSC Head Golf Coach John Ritzen, "so it let us test ourselves. It's our last one for the fall, so we know what we need to work on over the winter. We're going to start working on some swing changes in the offseason practices and training, after a short break."
Rahmig led the Eagles with a 92-88-180 to place 46th. Weeldreyer was tied for 49th with a 91-95-186.
Logan Kasten recorded 103-104-207 to place 58th, while Tori Meschke was 60th with scores of 106-107-213.
The host WTAMU Buffs won with a 296-285-581, while the individual winner, Kamryn Cummings of Angelo State, shot a tournament-best five-under 67 on the second day to finish 73-67-140.
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