Women’s Golf Remains In Fourth After Day Two At MIAC Championships

Posted on October 9th, 2016 by

Kristen Cash lines up a putt. Cash sits in 12th place after a career-low round of 78.


COON RAPIDS, Minn. – The Gustavus women’s golf team turned in a team score of 319 (+31) and are tied for fourth place after the second round of the 2016 MIAC Championships at Bunker Hills Golf Club.

St. Catherine University shot a team score of 311 to remain atop of the leaderboard. The Gusties are tied with Bethel University with a two round total of 647 (+71). Gustavus sits five strokes behind third place University of St. Thomas, and seven behind Carleton College.

Kristen Cash (Fy., Roseville, Minn.) led the Black and Gold on day two with a career-best round of 78 (+6). Cash recorded three birdies on the back-nine to move up four spots on the leaderboard into 12th place.

Jessica Nelson (Jr., Plymouth, Minn.) remains in the top-10 of the leaderboard after turning in a score of 82, now 10-over-par and tied for sixth place.

Abby Conzemius of St. Catherine carded a par-72 round to move up eight spots into first place.

McKenzie Swenson (Jr., Buffalo, Minn.) turned in a day two score of 79, moving up three spots into 20th place. Mae Meierhenry (Sr., Sioux Falls, S.D.) moved up one spot to tie for 15th after shooting a score of 80 and Morgan Bleyhl (Fy., Elk River, Minn.) carded a 93, dropping 10 spots to 33rd.

Tomorrow the Gusties look to make a push in the final round of the MIAC Championships, starting at 9 a.m.

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