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The Gustavus women's golf team posted a second round score of 320 at the O'Brien National Invitational on Monday, which gave them a 36 hole total of 326-320--646. The Gusties finished fourth overall in the nine team tournament which was held in Notre Dame, Indiana. Gustavus was led by Kali Griggs (79-79—158) who finished in a tie for ninth place. The St. Mary's Invite featured eight of the top nine teams nationally.
The Gustavus women's golf team finds itself in a tie for third place after the first day of the O'Brien National Invitational in Notre Dame, Indiana. The Gusties finished with a first round team score of 326. Methodist University is the first round leader after firing a team score of 303. Kali Griggs led Gustavus on day one, carding a 79. The tournament wraps up Monday, with a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
The Gustavus women's golf team finished first overall at the Doug Georgianni Memorial UW-Eau Claire Invitational. The Gusties defeated 20 teams to win the tournament and placed four golfers in the top eight overall. Gustavus recorded a two-day score of 630 (306, 324), which was three shots better than the next closest team. Kali Griggs led the Gusties individually, placing fourth overall with a two-day total of 155 (73, 82).
The Gustavus women's golf team sits in first place after the first day of the Doug Georgianni Memorial UW-Eau Claire Invite. The Gusties ended the first day with a seven shot advantage over second place UW-Eau Claire in the 21 team tournament after the team opened round one with a score of 306. Gustavus senior Kali Griggs is the individual leader after she shot an opening round score of 73 (+1).
The Gustavus women's golf team moved to the top of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference last year after claiming the program's first ever league title. MIAC Coach of the Year Scott Moe returns four of the five golfers that led the team to the MIAC title, including National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) All-Americans Kali Griggs and Katie Schenfeld, and MIAC Rookie of the Year Taylor Drenttel. The Gusties begin the year ranked #3 in the NGCA Division III Coaches' Poll.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association announced on Monday that Gustavus Adolphus senior softball player Rachael Click and senior golfer Kimbra Kosak have been named two of 29 women's spring sport recipients of a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. Click, a NFCA All-American and MIAC Player of the Year, helped the softball team to a third place finish at the NCAA Championships, while Kosak, the MIAC Senior Player of the Year, helped the golf team to a third place finish at the NCAA Championships.
Gustavus Adolphus College junior women's hockey player Melissa Mackley and senior women's golfer Kimbra Kosak have been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Women's At-Large Team as released by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Mackley, a College Division First Team selection, and Kosak, a College Division Second Team selection, are the fifth and sixth Gustavus student-athletes to be named CoSIDA Academic All-Americans this year.
Gustavus Adolphus College women's golf coach Scott Moe has been named the Division III SkyCaddie Midwest Regional Coach of the Year by the National Golf Coaches Association. Moe guided the Gusties to a third-place finish at the NCAA Championships in Port St. Lucie, Florida. He was named the women's golf National Coach of the Year last season.
The Gustavus women's golf team posted a final round score of 325 to hang on for third place at the NCAA Championships out of 21 teams. The 72-hole tournament, was played at the PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Junior Kali Griggs (Burnsville, Minn.) wrapped up a strong tournament with a final round score of 79 (+7). Griggs finished tied for sixth overall (out of 111) with a 72-hole total of 77-80-78-79--314 to improve on her 84th place finish last year.
The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced the 2008-09 MIAC Women's Golf Awards as Gustavus' Kimbra Kosak (Grand Rapids, Minn.) was selected MIAC Senior of the Year and Taylor Drenttel (Eagan, Minn.) was named MIAC Rookie of the Year. Head Coach Scott Moe was also named the MIAC Coach of the Year.