Missouri Golf Post

UMSL Women’s Golf Stays in Sixth Place After Two Complete Rounds at NCAA Regional


SPRINGFIELD, ILL., May 3, 2016 – The University of Missouri-St. Louis women’s golf team equaled its day one score of 320 on its second round of 18 Tuesday at the NCAA East Regional and stayed in sixth place in the teams standings with a team score of 640.


Defending national champion Indianapolis continued its reign over the 12-team field with a score of 592 (296-296), 16 strokes ahead of Grand Valley State and Findlay, who are tied for second. The top three teams, along with the top three individuals not with a team, will advance to the 2016 NCAA Division II Women’s Golf Championships, held May 17-21 in Denver, Colo.


Sophomore Stefaniya Ivanova bounced back from yesterday’s 86 to post a 77 today, bringing her score to 163.


UMSL’s complete scoring includes:

-Sophomore Alexa Capesius (78-82 – 160; T25th)

-Freshman Maxi Roth (82-80 – 162; T29th)

-Sophomore Stefaniya Ivanova (86-77 – 163; T33rd)

-Sophomore Ares Boira (82-81 – 163; T33rd)

-Junior Alix Beriard (78-88 – 166; T43rd)


Individual leader is Ashland’s Ali Green, who holds a two-stroke lead with a five-under par 139 (70-69).


UMSL will wrap up regional play tomorrow with its final round of the season.


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