Jennies Golf shot a second round team total of 312, the second-lowest round of the day, to finish at 54-over par, 630, and in second place at the SW Minnesota State Spring Invitational at the Wigwam Golf Course. The Jennies finished five shots out of first place.
Olivia Sobaski led the Jennies, finishing in a tie for third place individually. She shot a final round 75 to finish at nine-over par, just four shots out of first. Elizabeth Leath was tied for 11th at 15-over par after a final round 79. She tied with Jordan Rehkow, who was playing as an individual and shot a final round 78.
Taelyn Entriken fired a final round 79 and finished at 16-over par, just one shot back of Leath and Rehkow, and in a tie for 15th. Alexa Boatman tied with Entriken while playing as an individual, she shot a final round 79. Kelly Welker also shot a final round 79 and finished one shot further back in 18th place.
Madison Grisham played the tournament as an individual as well and finished in a tie for 19th place at 18-over par after an 81 on Wednesday. Blake Betke shot a final round 85 and finished at 20-over par and tied for 25th. Two other Jennies, Maranda Smith (+25) and Katie Scheffer (+30) also played as individuals and finished in ties for 34th and 40th, respectively, after Smith shot an 86 and Scheffer an 82 in Wednesday’s final round.
Missouri Western won the team title with a total of 625 after a final round 317. The Griffons‘ Shi Qing Ong and Haley Tollette of Minnesota State tied for the individual title at five-over par.
The Jennies return to action March 20-21 at the Missouri Western Invitational at St. Joseph Country Club.