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Roth One Shot Off the Lead as UMSL Women’s Golf Opens Play at NCAA DII National Championships


University of Missouri-St. Louis sophomore Maxi Roth turned in a round of 74 on Wednesday as play began at the NCAA DII Women’s Golf National Championships in Findlay, Ohio.


Roth sits in a tie for fifth place, one stroke out of the lead, while the Tritons carded a 318 and are in a tie for seventh place. Dallas Baptist leads the field of 12 with a 299, while UMSL is just six strokes out of fifth place.


The second of four rounds begins tomorrow at 9:25 a.m. for UMSL, which will tee off on hole number 10.


The 12-team, 72-woman tournament consists of both team and individual competition conducted concurrently. All participants will compete throughout the entire 72 holes of competition, which concludes on Saturday.


Team Standings (top four)

1.Dallas Baptist (299)

  1. Barry (309)
  2. Indianapolis (310)
  3. Henderson State (311)


Individual Leader

Four players shot a 73, while three players shot a 74, including UMSL’s Maxi Roth


UMSL Scores

T5. Maxi Roth (74)

T27. Emma Thorngren (79)

T42. Ares Boira (81)

T60. Stefaniya Ivanova (84)

T71.  Alexa Capesius (85)

Team – 318 (T7th/12)


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