Missouri Golf Post

UMSL Women’s Golf Finishes Strong at NCAA DII National Championships With Eighth Place Finish


The University of Missouri-St. Louis women’s golf team saved its best round for last on Saturday, shooting a 307 to vault to an eighth place finish at the NCAA Division II National Championships.


The Tritons finished with a team score of 1272 (318-324-323-307), moving up three spots in the standings after entering the day in 11th place.


Barry won the national championship with a 1222, edging Dallas Baptist by one stroke, while fellow GLVC member Indianapolis took third, 10 shots back.


Freshman Emma Thorngren was the top finisher for UMSL, tying for 22nd place with a 314 (79-78-79-78).


Team Scoreboard (top three)

  1. Barry (309-307-305-301 – 1222)
  2. Dallas Baptist (299-311-314-299 – 1223)
  3. Indianapolis (310-309-308-305 – 1232)



Marie Coors, St. Leo (74-75-75-71 – 295)


UMSL Results

T22. Emma Thorngren (79-78-79-78 – 314)

T30. Maxi Roth (74-80-83-79 – 316)

T44. Ares Boira (81-83-81-76 – 321)

T53. Alexa Capesius (85-83-80-77 – 325)

T68. Stefaniya Ivanova (84-87-89-76 – 336)


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