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Warren Leads William Woods Women’s Golf at Lady Red Wolves Classic

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Junior Katie Warren led the seventh ranked William Woods University Women’s Golf Team, sponsored by Fulton Medical Center, to a sixth place finish at the 2016 Lady Red Wolves Classic, hosted by Arkansas State University.
The Owls were 68-over par 932 (314-308-310) for the tournament to earn the sixth place finish. WWU finished five strokes behind fifth place Belmont University. William Woods was the only NAIA school in the tournament.

For full team results, click here<http://wwuowls.com/documents/2016/10/18//Lady_Red_Wolves_Team_Final.pdf?id=1070>.

For full individual results, click here<http://wwuowls.com/documents/2016/10/18//Lady_Red_Wolves_Player_Results.pdf?id=1071>.

Warren, a junior from Swindon, England, led the Owls as she finished tied for second at the tournament. On the par 72 course, Warren shot a third round of one-over par 73. She moved up one spot in the standings on the day. For the three rounds, Warren shot six-over par 222 (74-75-73).

Finishing second for the Owls was junior Megan Cullen. Cullen finished in 27th place as she was 20-over par 236 (83-76-77) for the three rounds. She shot a round of five-over par 77 for her final round of the tournament.

Fumika Matsumoto and Jade Shellback came in tied at 28th place. Matsumoto shot her best round of the tournament as she was five-over par 77 in the third round. She finished 21-over par 237 (82-78-77) for the three rounds. Freshman, Shellback shot 11-over par 83 in the third round. Like Matsumoto, she was 21-over par 237 (75-79-83).

Rounding out the Owls was Alex Bankovich, who finished tied for 35th at the Lady Red Wolves Classic. She was 12-over par 84 in the third round and finished 36-over par 252 (83-85-84) for the tournament.

William Woods returns to action on Monday, October 24th when they participate in the Columbia Cougar Invitational, which will be held at the Columbia Country Club.

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