Women’s Golf Finishes Fourth at Carleton St. Olaf Spring Invite, Wins Northfield Challenge

Posted on April 24th, 2022 by


NORTHFIELD, Minn. – After lightning and storms cut the first round short at the Carleton St. Olaf Spring Invite on Saturday at Willingers Golf Club, the Gustavus women’s golf team finished the round Sunday morning with a score of 343, taking fourth place out of 14 teams. St. Catherine won the event at 325. The invite, originally scheduled to go two rounds, was cut down to one round.

Sydney Regalado (Sr., Rosemount) tied for 10th with a ten-over par 82. Annika Reierson (So., Delano) tied for 18th at 86, Erin Ericson (Sr., Onalaska, Wis.) tied for 23rd with an 87, and Emily Kratz (Sr., Edina) tied for 28th, posting an 88. 

Four of the 14 teams continued play Sunday afternoon at Northfield Golf Club for the Northfield Challenge. Gustavus took first place with a score of 336. UW-La Crosse took second at 345, Carleton took third at 366, and St. Scholastica finished fourth at 386.

Kratz claimed individual medalist honors, carding an 80. Laurel Ward (Jr., Bozeman, Mont.) tied for third place at 84. Ericson posted an 85, while Regalado and Reierson both posted an 87. 

I’m very glad we were able to compete at Northfield today,” Head Coach Scott Moe said. “A number of teams dropped out because of the weather, but thrilled that our players wanted to battle and compete for the final round of the year. Nice to pick up a win in our final event. Can’t say enough about our three seniors. Their hard work and dedication in the classroom and on the golf course made a huge impact on our program. They will graduate knowing they helped post the lowest scoring average in the history of our program. For four consecutive years we posted above a 3.75 cumulative GPA while they were in school. We had some of the toughest conditions we have played in, and they wanted to battle and have their final walk up the 18th hole. Happy to say our three seniors ripped drives right down the middle, and had great approach shots to the green.  Some tears were definitely shed, not just by the seniors, but by friends, family, coaches and teammates waiting on the final hole. Time sure flies, I remember when they were freshmen and playing in their first event. All three seniors played in every competitive match on our top team over their four years, that’s amazing! Thank you Emily, Erin and Sydney for all that provided us over the years. Can’t wait to see what’s next for each of you.”


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