Central Missouri Jennies Golf finished eighth after the final round at the NCAA Super Regional on Wednesday afternoon at Minnehaha Country Club. The Jennies shot a third round team total of 314, finishing 93-over par over the three day span.
Olivia Sobaski was the top finisher for the Jennies in Wednesday’s final round. She finished at six-over par and carded 77 for the second straight day. She finished the tournament at 17 over-par and tied for 11th. Elizabeth Leath also replicated her day two performance, shooting a nine-over par 80 in round three and finished 26-over par for the tournament to place 31st.
Taelyn Entriken finished right behind Leath, finishing tied for 32nd. She shot a 14-over par 85 in the final round and finished the tournament at 27-over par. Kelly Welker shot an eight-over par 85 for the day, finishing in a tie for 40th with a 30-over par for the tournament. Jordan Rehkow finished 64th at 43-over par and carded a seven-over par 78 in the final round.
Arkansas Tech took home the team title, firing a team total of 295 in Wednesday’s final round. ATU finished the tournament 51-over par and held its eight shot lead over second place Augustana. The Vikings shot 63-over par en route to a second place finish and fired a team total of 300 in round three. Henderson State shot 78-over par and fired a team total of 301 in the final round to comeback from seventh place capture the third place team finish.
Pia Nunbhakdi of ATU captured the individual championship, shooting a two-over par 73 for the second day in a row. She finished the tournament three shots ahead of second at eight-over par.