NDSU Women’s Golf Finishes in Sixth at Golfweek/AGT Intercollegiate

PAWLEY’S ISLAND, S.C. – Norah Roberts fired the lowest 36-hole total in program history to finish second as the North Dakota State women’s golf team finished in sixth place at the Golfweek/AGT Intercollegiate at Caledonia Golf & Fish Club on Wednesday afternoon. The tournament was shortened to 36-hole event after rain cancelled the final round.

Roberts (69-71–140) paced the Bison with a career-best second place finish after posting a career-low 69 (-2) in the opening round before carding an even 71 in the second round. The Caledonia, Wis., native finished with a career-best 36-hole total of 140, which is the lowest in Bison history.

Elise Hoven (74-74–148) finished tied for 29th place with a career-low two round total of 148, while Catherine Monty (80-72–152) came in tied for 49th place after moving up 33 spots on the leaderboard on day two. Madi Hicks (75-78–153) and Leah Skaar (77-76–153) closed out the group both tied for 57th place.

Cora Larson (73-79–152), who competed as an individual, finished tied for 49th place with a career-low two round total of 152.

As a team, the Bison (295-293–588) recorded a sixth-place finish in the 19-team tournament. The 36-hole total of 588 marks the lowest for NDSU program history. High Point (290-284–574) finished in first place.

Full results can be viewed here.

NDSU will be back in action at the Stampede at the Creek in Omaha Neb., on April 8-9.

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