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UMSL Women’s Golf Ties for Sixth Place at NCAA Preview; Roth Finishes in Top 10


The University of Missouri-St. Louis women’s golf team tied for sixth place at the NCAA Preview, which featured some of the best teams in the country, on Monday and Tuesday.


The Tritons turned in a team score of 604 and shaved 10 strokes off yesterday’s first round of 307, shooting a 297 on their final 18 holes to move up from 11th place.


Junior Maxi Roth tied for 10th place individually, carding a 148 (75-73). All five Tritons shot 78 or better today.


The 14-teamfield included six teams that competed in the 2017 NCAA Championships and was played on the site of the 2018 NCAA Championships.


Team Scoreboard (top three)

  1. Nova Southeastern (301-285 – 586)
  2. Dallas Baptist (306-286 – 592)
  3. St. Mary’s-Texas (294-302 – 596)

T6. UMSL (307-297 – 604)



Jamie Freedman, Nova Southeastern (72-71 – 143)


UMSL Scores

T10. Maxi Roth (75-73 – 148)

T33. Emma Thorngren (79-73 – 152)

T33. Alexa Capesius (74-78 – 152)

T41. Stefaniya Ivanova (79-74 – 153)

T59. Ares Boira (81-77 – 158)

  1. Kaleigh Ashen* (88-79 – 167)

*-competed as an individual


Up Next

UMSL is at the Findlay Beall Classic on October 8-9.


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