Entries tagged with ‘Women’s Golf’

Page 4

Drenttel and Schenfeld Named Co-MIAC Golfers of the Week

Gustavus golfers Taylor Drenttel and Katie Schenfeld have been named Co-Golfers of the Week by the MIAC women's golf coaches. Drenttel and Schenfeld helped the Gusties finish first at the Augustana Spring Invitational last weekend.

Women’s Golf Wins Augustana Invitational

The Gustavus women's golf team opened its Spring season by winning the Augustana Spring Invitational. The Gusties fired a 36-hole team score of 303-307--610 to finish 10 strokes ahead of runner-up Augustana. Taylor Drenttel (74-75) and Katie Schenfeld (73-76) finished in a three-way tie for first place with a total of 149 (+5).

Women’s Golf In First Place After First Day of Augustana Invitational

The Gustavus women's golf sits in first place after the first day of the 13-team Augustana Invitational being held at the Prairie Green Golf Course in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The Gusties shot a team total of 303 and holds a four shot lead over the host Vikings who fired a team score of 307.

Women’s Golf Wins MIAC Title In Convincing Fashion, While Men Finish Strong To Tie For Second

The Gustavus women's golf team pulled away from the field and won its second consecutive MIAC Championship by a convincing 46 strokes, while the men shot a final round 300 to tie for second with St. Thomas. The women's team was led by Katie Schenfeld, who claimed medalist honors with a 54-hole total of 80-78-78--236, while A.J. Olson and Alex Kolquist tied for third at 223 to lead the men.

Women’s Golf In First Place, Men In Second Place After First Day of MIAC Championships

The Gustavus women's golf team shot a 332 on Saturday and will enter the second day of the MIAC Championships with a nine stroke lead over St. Thomas. The men's golf team fired a first round score of 297 and trails leader Saint John's by four strokes. The second day of the 54-hole men's and women's championships will continue on Sunday at Bunker Hills Golf Course in Coon Rapids.

Women’s Golf Remains In First Place, Men’s Golf Slips To Third After Two Days Of MIAC Championships

The Gustavus women's golf team built a commanding 29-stroke lead heading into the final day of the MIAC Championships, while the men slipped into third place, 17 strokes behind leader Saint John's. Individually, Katie Schenfeld is in first place with a total of 158, while A.J. Olson is in fifth place with a total of 148.

Katie Schenfeld, Taylor Drenttel Named MIAC Golfers of the Week

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference golf coaches have named Gustavus golfers Katie Schenfeld, and Taylor Drenttel as well as St. Thomas' Amy Anderson MIAC Golfers of the Week. Schenfeld and Drenttel tied for seventh place at the Southwest State Invitational, while Anderson finished first at the St. Ben's Fall Classic.

Women’s Golf Finishes Second At Southwest State Invitational

The Gustavus women's golf team posted a 36-hole total of 317-326--643 to finish second out of 14 teams at the Southwest Minnesota State Invitational played at Marshall Golf Club. Nebraska-Omaha won the tournament with a total of 322-315--637. Individually, Taylor Drenttel (79-80--159) and Katie Schenfeld (80-79--159) tied for seventh place.

Schenfeld And Griggs Named MIAC Women’s Golf Co-Athlete Of The Week

Gustavus Adolphus College senior Kali Griggs (Burnsville, Minn./Visitation) and Gustavus Adolphus College junior Katie Schenfeld (Indianola, Iowa) have been chosen as the MIAC Women's Golf Co-Athlete of the Week after they tied for medalist honors at the Division III Midwest Classic.

Women’s Golf Takes First Place In Division III Midwest Classic

The Gustavus women's golf team took first place over the weekend in the Division III Midwest Classic tournament in Lake City, Minn. The Gusties posted a second round score of 310 which gave them a 36 hole total of 318-310—628. Gustavus finished ahead of 17 other teams, and had two players tie for first place. Kali Griggs (79-75—154) and Katie Schenfeld (76-78—154) tied for medalist honors with Sarah Hupperts from the College of St. Benedict (76-78—154).